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Consignment RV sales are an easy solution to what has typically been a complicated issue. Selling items of grandeur, such as motorhomes, can be intimidating to someone who is not accustomed to the negotiation of it all. Here are the steps to selling an RV in two different manners:
Decision — The first thing that must be done is to ask yourself, “Do I really want to sell my RV?”. Many feel like they are sure, until they experience the seller’s remorse as they watch it drive away.
Clean up — In order to entice potential buyers to choose your RV over the next one, sellers feel obligated to get it all cleaned up, looking good and shiny.
Repair — The next step that sellers typically take, is to get all the “small” items repaired, such as sticking doors, broken trim, missing bolts, etc. This is followed by making sure the engine is running right, and that all the components (air conditioner, water heater, etc.) are in good working order.
Decision (again) — Here you go again. Now that the RV is cleaned up and in good repair, you start to think how good it looks in your driveway, and wonder if you should really sell it! Snap out of it!
The Hunt — Now it is time to find the right buyer for your recreational vehicle. You must to decide how to “get the word out” that you have an RV for sale. This step, by the way, can take months! If the hunt is successful, then you may go on to the next step.
The Negotiation — So you have finally found someone who wants to purchase your RV. Of course, they are not happy with the price, and they want to negotiate, which you vigorously do. Of course, you end up dropping the price down lower than you ever thought you would, mostly because you are tired of showing it, and tired of it taking up space in your driveway or parking area.
Play the Title Game — You now have to produce the title, which you haven’t seen since you obtained it eight years ago. You also need to get all of the instructional and warranty material the buyer would like to have, which you think is somewhere in your home.
Follow-up Customer Service — The RV is now gone from your life, but the buyer is not! As long as he or she has your phone number, you are the customer support system for any questions they may have, or come may up with!
Make the Call — Call SellMyRVToday.com and let them know what you would like to sell, and, as long as it is a 2002 model or newer, they will listen intently, work up a very fair price (no need to negotiate), fly to your location and hand you the check.
This short (and only) step is the reason that Consignment RV sales are so popular.