This is the fifth and final article in my series; RV FINANCIALS
The final thing for me to explain to the novice RV owner is how shocking it is to find out just what your RV is really worth.
And, after getting over this shock, you need to make a careful analysis of just what you can do to increase your RV's resale value.
You need to know just which things on your older RV have a decent payback and which ones are just too costly to do.
Read the other four parts of this series of articles and then read up on how to make your RV as desirable as possible to a potential buyer.
So, click on these links and learn.
But, I recommend that you read the three previous articles also, so here they are below;
RV Financials, Part-1 - RV Prices, where the world of RV pricing is explained for the novice.
RV Financials, Part-2, Understanding RV Depreciation where you will get a better understanding of how much an Rv can depreciate every year.
RV Financials, Part-3 - Understanding the RV Trade-In Process where you will get an inside view of how RV dealers work you into accepting their offer for your old Rv when you want to trade.
RV Financials, Part-4 - How to Sell your RV yourself. Here you can pick up on how to properly sell your RV and get the maximum possible price.
RV Financials, Part-5 - Resale Expectations. Be prepared for the reality of your RV's true value.