He seems to be in more of a rush than I am, I don't know what his problem is. Worst thing is that we have to winterize it, which is no big deal. It's at my house, I'm the one who has to remember to charge the battery, etc. It can sit here for a while so far as I'm concerned. There is negotiating room in my asking price but I'm not going to give it away after it's been advertised for just a few weeks.
If this was a joint venture, just make sure you feel good with the terms he proposes. Look out for your interests.
Here in Michigan, at least, a dealer MUST have the title to the vehicle being offered for sale, on the premises. I would suspect that applies to trailers, also?? So potentially, the dealer has your RV AND the title/MSO to it - that's gonna require a LOT of trust on your part!