I was wondering if those of you that have sold a Motorhome in the last two years might give me some help.
1. How long did it take for you to sell it
2. Were all did you have it advertised
3. Apx. what did you get for it Low Nada without any options w/options
Average Nada with/without options - you get the idea
4. Did you except a wire transfer, cashiers check, or cash(it would
be alot of cash)
We have one that we would really like to get sold, so any info/and help
would be appreciated...
We have our Class A up for sale right now also. I have it posted on Craigslist in 3 areas(the closest to the house) and on Ebay Classified. All are free, and I figure it might take awhile. Sold a camper using craiglist a few years ago, it took 6 months. Like previous reply, watch out for scammers, their are alot out there. I don't even like to reply to emails anymore, so I am asking everyone that is interested to call, I figure it will be easier to weed out the ones that are more interested. Good Luck
Thanks for the reply's, We have actually not used anything to clean the sofa or chairs except for a little water on a rag, if we needed to spot clean an area. I did talk to 1 upholstery business in our area and he said to replace the sofa and 2 chairs upholstery we would be looking at 1500 to 2500.
Sounds like a lot to me. We bought this coach new off the lot, and have it under cover every since(except when we are camping of course), its terrible that the materials are not of better quality.
We are in the process of Detailing our 2008 Georgetown 315DS motorhome,and are not sure what to do about our Leather sofa and seats. They are cracking real bad. Would it be better to replace them, get them recovered, or just lower the price that we want for our RV when it does sell?
Also, is the low RV Nada still the price to shoot for when selling a used RV. Ours is in great shape (except for the leather) and we have kept it under cover for the 3 years that we have owned it.
Any thoughts would be appreciated.