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RE: New Class A Buyer with Questions

Cruise RVT and RVTrader for the models you're interested in. Subtract 20% from the prices. Been out of the shopping loop. Knew about RVTrader but not RVT thanks a bunch You might also consider using the Price Checker tools on RVT and RVTrader, also the Auto notify features...they will alert you when similar RVs (to your search) are posted, or for price drops.
sdfriesen 05/01/19 10:35am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Best Sales Platform?

I decided to sell a 3 yr old 2013 Keystone in 2015/16, instead of taking a dealers trade-in hit. I listed it on Craiglist and all it attracted was lowballers, tire kickers, scammers, and a lot of low balling dealers wanting it for on their used lots. I listed in on both RV Trader and RVT........cost a nice chunk of change. IIRC $75.00 each. Never got a hit. Not one email or call in a month. I listed it on Ebay as "buy it now". and it sold in 3 days to a Gent in AR, and we're in PA. He paid me extra to haul it half way there and meet him in KY. How to eliminate the low-ballers, tire kickers, scammers, dealers, etc., etc. - on CraigsList (or any other FREE sales medium) - WITHOUT ever answering an "unwanted" phone call - or responding to emails: Place your add. Use a voice mail (only) phone number for replies. (*NOT* your home land-line, cell phone number or email). On your outgoing message, add any further description of your RV (or other item). Indicate you will only return serious calls in the order they were received. I did same for a TT (at a good price, but not necessarily a "bargain") at about midnight. On the following day, about 5PM, thought I should check to see how many calls I had. Yikes! - 95 !! - although some were repeats from folks who didn't quite understand the "program". Started making a list (of caller's numbers) - but thought I would do as I said, so called the first caller who responded about 2AM (I had posted at midnight). He arrived at my home with CASH at 9PM, from about 60 miles away. Placed new outgoing message on voice mail, that the TT had been sold. Bottom Line: Sold in less than 24 hours. I never had to take early morning, late night,or during lunch or dinner calls.. Sold an aluminum fishing boat the same way - again to the first caller. (He picked up the boat one day later - from about 10 miles away). BTW - the cost for the "message line" = $8. (per month). ~ Shawn from RVT here - Ralph, sorry to hear that you didn't get any response from your RVT ad, some of our ad packages do come with a 'Money Back Guarantee', you might consider calling our customer support line to find out if you are eligible. 800-677-4484
sdfriesen 05/01/19 10:33am General RVing Issues
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