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Once a seller starts looking at the options he or she has to sell a used motorhome, the next question certainly always arises; “How do I sell my RV for free?”
Many people figure that if they get, for the sake of conversation, $5000 for their used RV, they can go purchase something else for the same amount of money, and it will all come out even in the wash. Hold on, partner. There are a few things to consider first.
First Rule of Thumb: Don’t cancel any insurance on your motorhome! It must stay protected through the selling process. Also, just because your intention is to sell the coach, don’t stop making any monthly payments on it if you don’t own it free and clear. It may not sell as quickly as you imagine it will, and after all this time, you’d hate to lose it to the bank!
Clean and Fix it Up: If you plan on selling an RV, it had better look good, because you are dealing with a lot of competition. You should make any repairs to the unit before putting it on the market. This includes things like outside paint, tires, windows, interior cleanliness, air conditioning, water tanks, plumbing and all electrical components. Oh, and the engine must not be leaking â€¦ people check for that you know! The motor should actually run smoothly and powerfully. This applies whether you sell it on your own or go to a consignment RV dealer.
Find a Buyer on Your Own: You must realize that if you plan on selling an RV yourself, you must first find a buyer. Here is the thing about selling an RV on your own…you will have to put up with a lot of “lookers” before you find an actual interested party. As a matter of fact, some of them actually make a sport out of going to look at RVs for sale, with no intention at all of making the purchase. Oh, and if you are parking it on a street corner somewhere, it would be best to have a dome of protection around it…if only those existed! Vandals tend to have their way with vulnerable RVs parked on unguarded street corners or vacant lots. Oh, there is one other thing worth mentioning. Remember that if you sell your used motorhome to someone you found, you have to deal with all the paperwork. It’s not impossible, but it’s a pain. And lastly, be sure to have cash in hand before you see the tail end of your RV for the last time as it drives away with the new owner.
Use an RV Consignment Dealer: The consignment dealer is a step up from trying to sell your RV yourself, but it surely isn’t free! Once you continue to make the RV and insurance payments, and once you pay the consignment fees and all other charges to the dealer, you are clicking away the dollars from that original $5000 you thought you were getting.
Here’s the honest truth; there is only one-way to sell your RV for free, and that is with SellMyRVToday.com. There are no tricks or gimmicks. If you have an RV (2002 or newer) that you want to sell in two to three days, just give us a call and we will make you an offer. It will be a fair offer based on market price. If you accept it, we are going to come to your house and pay you, and drive your motorhome away. We will do all the paperwork. This is real, although it really does sound too good to be true to those uttering “Sell my RV for free.”