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RV Buying 101

Once you’ve decided on the right RV you’re going to want to understand the buying process. You shouldn’t be in a hurry to buy an RV and don’t expect to drive off the lot the same day. Investing in an RV purchase is not the same as buying a car, it’s similar to shopping for a house. After all they finance RV’s out 20-30 years just like they do homes! And, there are many tax incentives to owning an RV you might be able to take advantage of. 

If you’re thinking about financing an RV there are some things you will want to know about how the process works. Most RV dealerships can shop around multiple banks to help you get a loan. If you have a good relationship with your bank then you may want to start there. 

 

WATCH and learn more about HOW TO FINANCE AN RV

I just went through the buying process when I financed my Thor Outlaw 37RB and learned a good bit about the selling / trade in process on my Winnebago ERA 170M

 

Want even more BUYING TIPS & ADVICE? WATCH this video to learn more.

RV Rentals

And before you decide to go all in on buying an RV you might want to consider the pros and cons of RENTING AN RV. Here is a list of places you might want to check out if you’re trying to explore renting an RV within the United States:

 

Learn more about RV RENTALS >> WATCH HOW TO RENT AN RV

Selling an RV

If you are in the process of selling your RV, you need to do some research on what others are selling their similar RVs for. You can check out sites like www.RVTrader.com and www.RVT.com I would also call multiple dealerships and see what they would offer. Keep in mind that different locations sell different types of inventory, so they may offer less if it isn’t something they can usually sell on their lot.

 

Want to learn more about SELLING YOUR RV >> This GUIDE will help walk you through the process