Being a used RV and Camper salesman has enabled me to learn from some of the best RV businessmen in the business and develop skills on how to find cheap RVs and sell them at a profit. I want to teach you how to buy RVs for less.
People who buy and sell rvs for a living will tell you that “you make your money when you buy and not when you sell.” If you can find buy repo campers for 50 to 80% below retail, there is no reason why you can’t make a nice profit regardless of how the economy is doing. Even if you have to sell it later on at a discount there is still a chance that you will make a profit. Buying an RV Camper at auction allows you to pay less for it. The purpose of this article is to show you how to get the best deals.
Most cheap camper are sold at RV Repo auctions on a semi-repetitive cycle. The key is to find out where and how often. The fastest way to find out is to ask local RV camper dealers who buy RVs at auction where these auctions take place. If you want to get a get deal, but don’t want to do any of the work, you might be able to ask a dealer to find a specific type of RV camper for a small finder’s fee. You can also look in the local newspaper or search for local car and RV auction companies online. The key is to keep your search as local as possible.
For the most part repo RV campers are in good condition when compared to auto or home repos. There are some things to avoid. For instance you should avoid campers that have been lived in for long periods of time or have strong cigarette or pet orders. Many newer campers may have an active manufactures warranties. Since most of repo RVs are sold in as is condition it is important to find about the warranties.
You should also find out if the repo is being sold at a live or a silent auction. Although both types of auctions are great, live auction prices fluctuate more than silent auctions. When less people are present, (such as during off season) you can usually find the best deals. Hope these tips on RV camper auction buying has been helpful.[ad_2]