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What types of RV's do you purchase?

We are currently purchasing:

  • 2008 and newer Class A, Class B, Class C, Toterhomes

  • 2013 and newer Fifth Wheel Trailers, Travel Trailers, and Toy Haulers

  • 2013 and newer Trailer / Truck Packages and Coach / Tow Car Packages


How do you arrive at your offer?


We look at different market conditions and national data for sale transactions over the past six months. We also inspect your RV so we may consider added value like optional equipment and packages, and its overall condition (exterior body, interior furnishings, odors and stains, etc.).

What form of payment will I receive?

We will pay you on the spot with your choice of cashier's check, company check or wire transfer.

Will you purchase my RV if I owe more to the bank than the price offered?


Yes, you will need to provide the negative equity payment in the form of certified funds at the time of sale. Our team will handle transfering the funds to your bank.


What if I owe my bank less than your offer?


We will wire transfer the funds to your bank's payoff department at the time of purchase and pay you the difference with your choice of company check, cashier's check or a wire transfer.


I have an extended warranty on my RV. Will you pay extra for that?


Extended warranties simply put are nothing more than an insurance policy on your RV. We encourage you to cancel this warranty and receive the pro-rated funds you're entitled to. Our team is more than happy to guide you through the process.


What if my RV currently has damages?


Please let us know of any existing damages when submitting your request to sell your RV so our team can properly calculate our offer taking into account the repairs necessary. Full disclosure will save all parties from any unnexpected adjustments at the time of inspection.


What is the difference between selling and consigning my RV?


RV consignment works similarly to other types of consignment. You turn over your RV to the consigner and get paid when it sells. Sounds easy! But it’s not. Here are the top drawbacks of RV consignment:

  • There is no telling how long it will take to sell your RV. It could be months. And you won’t get your money until your RV sells, the sale funds, and the RV is delivered to the new owner.

  • You must get RV consignment insurance. This means that while the RV is waiting to be sold, you’ll be making insurance payments.

  • Dealers typically offer a one to three-month consignment period. This means that if your RV doesn’t sell, you’re back to square one.

  • Selling your RV to NATIONAL RV BUYERS is the easiest, fastest, and most secure way to get cash for your RV right away. Give us a try!

What types of RV's do you purchase?: CV
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