One of the best ways to save money when you are buying a used RV your car, is to find people who need to sell quickly. People who are desperate to sell, are motivated, and will often accept a lower price than what they are asking. Often, you can find motivated sellers that are willing to sell for 20 to 30% less than blue book. To them, being able to sell quickly, is more important than getting the best price possible. This article will explain to you different types of motivated sellers, and how to find them so that you can get the best deals.
First of all, what are some reasons why someone might be a motivated seller. If you think back to different time periods in your life, you may realize that you were in fact desperate and motivated as well. Have you ever had and sell a house work. Have you ever owned a car, or a piece of real estate, that demanded you put money into it every single month? Have you ever wondered how your going to pay your bills for next month? More than likely, you have experience the feelings of motivation yourself. If you have, you will know that these feelings really do exist. But there are so many people out there that really actually are motivated. Some of the most common reasons for the motivated include underemployment, medical bills or bad financial planning. And some people can be selling because of a death in the family, because they’re getting divorced, or because they inherited an RV that they really didn’t want to own in the first place. Sometimes, people can just be motivated to sell because they don’t ever use their RV and they know that they are still making payments on it every month. Whatever the reason, is not your fault. But you can’t help them out, and the save time and save a lot of money on the next RV that you buy.
Desperate sellers are definitely out there, but most of them don’t wear a large neon sign telling you about it. You need to call a lot of sellers, and talk to them. Find out as much as you can about the RV, and also find out why they are selling. Find out if they have a deadline that they have to sell by. Finding out what motivates the seller to sell can be just as important as finding out the condition of the RV. Someone who is selling so that they can pay for their wife to have a surgery, may be happy to get 50 to 60% for their RV. It sounds kind of cruel, but if they take it to a dealership, that’s all that they would be getting anyway (and sometimes even less.) You are just giving them aid and other options to choose from. No one has to sell to you, but if they do, it is because it is their best option.
* You can also find great deals at RV and Motorhome Auctions