Selling your Class A Diesel Motorhome

A Guide to Selling your CLASS A DIESEL PUSHER MOTOR HOME

 

At some point in time, every CLASS A DIESEL PUSHER MOTOR HOME Owner decides to sell their beloved CLASS A DIESEL PUSHER MOTOR HOME for a myriad of reasons. It may be to get out of CLASS A DIESEL PUSHER MOTOR HOME RVing due to personal reasons, health, age (theirs or the CLASS A DIESEL PUSHER MOTOR HOMEs), it has served the purpose it was purchased for, and many more reasons than we can imagine.  Some people choose to sell their CLASS A DIESEL PUSHER MOTOR HOME in order to use the proceeds toward the purchase of a different type of RV altogether.

 

Regardless of cause, selling a CLASS A DIESEL PUSHER MOTOR HOME is not always as easy as it might seem.  Making a mistake can be very expensive or cost the entire sale.  Hopefully this article will help you get the greatest benefit from the sale of your CLASS A DIESEL PUSHER MOTOR HOME.

 

Once you make the decision to sell your CLASS A DIESEL PUSHER MOTOR HOME, your options are:

·         Sell the CLASS A DIESEL PUSHER MOTOR HOME yourself directly to the buyer

·         Sell your CLASS A DIESEL PUSHER MOTOR HOME to a dealer

·         List your CLASS A DIESEL PUSHER MOTOR HOME with a broker to sell it for you

·         Consign the CLASS A DIESEL PUSHER MOTOR HOME with a dealer to sell it for you

Each of these options has its’ pro and cons, which I will try to cover for you.

 

·         Sell the CLASS A DIESEL PUSHER MOTOR HOME yourself directly to the buyer

·         PROS

·         You are in complete control

·         You are paid directly

·         You can set your own terms

·         CONS

·         You will have to be available to show the unit, demo the CLASS A DIESEL PUSHER MOTOR HOME etc.

·         You will be responsible for all the necessary paper work, i.e. bill of sale, purchase agreement, title assignment, ad infinitum.

·         You will possibly encounter a few scammers or even be scammed for your CLASS A DIESEL PUSHER MOTOR HOME!

·         You will probably want to do some advertising and foot the bill for the costs.  You will quickly discover that the dealers are burying you with their subscribed advertising and preferred placement as well as extensive and often very slick CLASS A DIESEL PUSHER MOTOR HOME photo ads.

·         The prospective buyer often has a laundry list of repairs, updates or cosmetics that they want included in the sale.

·         The Sale can fail because the buyer doesn’t want to pursue the best financing to meet their needs or the loan is not secured because the CLASS A DIESEL PUSHER MOTOR HOME doesn’t meet the lenders requirements and pricing.

 

·         Sell the CLASS A DIESEL PUSHER MOTOR HOME to a dealer

·         PROS

·         In most cases, payment on the spot.

·         One stop completion with the dealer handling the paper work, title work etc.

·         CONS

·         Dealers may only be interested in an outright buy that they will only be interested if they can buy your CLASS A DIESEL PUSHER MOTOR HOME for a ridiculous price so that they can enjoy a quick sale with an exorbitant profit.

·         Some dealers either are not interested in direct purchase or their flooring arrangements will not permit it

·         Some dealers may attempt to take advantage of circumstances and only offer to pay a small fraction of the CLASS A DIESEL PUSHER MOTOR HOME’s value in order to purchase it.  This can be VERY COSTLY!

 

·         List the CLASS A DIESEL PUSHER MOTOR HOME with a broker to sell it for you

 

·         PROS

 

·         There is very little information and or history surrounding the use of brokerage sales in the CLASS A DIESEL PUSHER MOTOR HOME industry.  In my own experience during my years of experience in the industry, I honestly cannot recall a single incident where a customer had dealt with a Broker.  Rather than provide erroneous information, I must  reserve comment.  It does not seem very common in the CLASS A DIESEL PUSHER MOTOR HOME industry and it would probably be prudent to proceed very carefully.

 

·         Consign the CLASS A DIESEL PUSHER MOTOR HOME with a dealer to sell it for you

·         PROS

·         All the terms SHOULD be fully outlined in a consignment agreement, including any fees and or charges that you will be responsible for when the CLASS A DIESEL PUSHER MOTOR HOME sale takes place.

·         The dealer typically does all the advertising, fields all the telephone and email inquiries, shows the CLASS A DIESEL PUSHER MOTOR HOME and does the sales presentations.

·         The dealer’s location and inventory as well as advertising he does attract more interested and qualified prospects that may be interested in your CLASS A DIESEL PUSHER MOTOR HOME.

·         The dealer handles the sale, including the necessary paperwork, title assignment, etc.

·         The dealer may be able to help the prospective buyer with financing.

·         CONS

·         You are responsible for continuing to carry insurance on the CLASS A DIESEL PUSHER MOTOR HOME.

·         The dealer has your CLASS A DIESEL PUSHER MOTOR HOME on his lot, and you do not have use of it.

·         The dealer has a large investment in his own inventory and may be more interested in selling His own unit than showing your CLASS A DIESEL PUSHER MOTOR HOME.  Your CLASS A DIESEL PUSHER MOTOR HOME may be relegated to the rear of the property and get lost in the shuffle.

 

Hopefully, this will help you decide as to the best course of action if you decide to sell your CLASS A DIESEL PUSHER MOTOR HOME.  If you have questions or want to discuss the programs that we have available, give us a call at 865-332-0912 and ask for Dave.  We would welcome the opportunity to help you.  We have a proven track record of getting results!