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Posted: 04/15/19 10:29am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

First, you have the wrong CU if they won't loan on it, or you're not a good enough customer. Unless you're looking for 20grand for a cousin eddy model.

I can see used RV loans being very risky, if nothing else than by the clientele and lack of care or understanding that ALOT of RVs experience.
With RV's being, generally, simply constructed "boxes" with many holes in them, the risk of someone who defaults, also possessing a, now, junk "box" from abuse or neglect, is also likely much greater than a home or auto.


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I took out a loan for 12 years at 3.21% and left my money invested where I get 7% +/- average annualzed return.

Now THAT's how you do it. Not cash. As long as you can really afford it though.

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philh wrote:

For our recent purchase, Dealer's source beat our credit union rate.


Surprisingly this is the best answer for financing in many cases. See what your dealer can do with their lenders. They beat credit unions day in and day out. There's nothing magical about a credit union IMO and I've belonged to several


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