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Caveman Charlie

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Posted: 05/30/22 07:30pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

bgum wrote:

From south LA to TN there is no shortage of RVs. That covers all classes.


No shortage,, but are they affordable ?? Maybe the reasons the lots are full are because people aren't willing to pay inflated prices !


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Caveman -- "affordable" is subjective relative to the person buying the RV. The "high end" with more luxury options or custom RVs don't seem to be having much of a problem. But, then again, that is true most any time of the year.

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Once the market adjusts deals will be available negotiate don't overpay, inflation is BS. Everyone is taking advantage of Covid and shortage hype to increase prices. Don't be surprise dealers will beg for customers/go out business, history will repeat itself.

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The economy is currently on a Nantucket sleigh ride. That wealth effect that many people felt is vanishing at a steady pace. RVING is a luxury that is getting harder and harder to justify in today’s economy for many.

This week the FED will increase interest rates again, and start shredding money via bond selling. Don’t fight the FED if you know what’s good for you.

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I'm hoping things get worse and more people want to quit RV'ing so I can finally book a site where and when I want.

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goducks10 wrote:

I'm hoping things get worse and more people want to quit RV'ing so I can finally book a site where and when I want.


They might be wishing the same when you book a site.


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