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id go line of credit (if I was financing, I don't finance toys)

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Jebby14 wrote:

id go line of credit (if I was financing, I don't finance toys)



Well ain't you special!

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No need to get into the humble brags here.
Appears the OP has never financed anything except at the dealer.
And the answer is go to your bank or CU and finance it there.


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When someone purchased a MH we sold a few years ago they went through Good Sam. Good Sam used bank of the west. The process was pretty formal and even included an inspection by the lender. I don't know the exact terms they got but from what I was told it was competitive. Bank of the west arranged everything through our local bank and title information for the buyer.

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pitch wrote:

Jebby14 wrote:

id go line of credit (if I was financing, I don't finance toys)



Well ain't you special!


not really? I suspect your being facetious but I'm not sure what got your panties in a bunch?

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Jebby14 wrote:

pitch wrote:

Jebby14 wrote:

id go line of credit (if I was financing, I don't finance toys)



Well ain't you special!


not really? I suspect your being facetious but I'm not sure what got your panties in a bunch?


I imagine it's the condescending statement that you don't "finance toys". For a lot of US, RV's aren't toys. They are a way of life and possibly a full time home on the road. Also a lot of folks prefer to finance things either out of necessity or the way they want to structure a particular deal. The statement infers that all RV's are toys and thus one should only pay cash.

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pitch wrote:

Jebby14 wrote:

id go line of credit (if I was financing, I don't finance toys)



Well ain't you special!


Smart is what he is. Why finance a depreciating toy?

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All RVs are toys and you shouldn't buy one that you cannot pay cash for.

Move on. Nothing to see!


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Allworth wrote:

All RVs are toys and you shouldn't buy one that you cannot pay cash for.

Move on. Nothing to see!


Maybe you consider your TT a toy. I certainly don't consider the Class A's I've owned as toys, especially for full timing.

This thread has gone off the rails. Someone asks about financing and now we have folks claiming all RV's are toys and if you can't pay cash you shouldn't own one. Not helpful and certainly not the majority of cases. Move on.

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