Is this the year you’re ready to buy a new RV and head off down the road less (or more) traveled? Perhaps you’ve thought long and hard about your decision, but you just can’t seem to shift your RV purchase plan out of neutral. You may be stalled by one or more of these common RV-buyer roadblocks. But don’t worry – we’ll show you some detours. Continue reading
Good things do come in small packages – even when it comes to RVs. What small RVs lack in size, they more than make up for in freedom. Unlike their larger counterparts, these fun-sized campers aren’t limited to wide-open, asphalted RV parks. They can go almost anywhere the road takes you – the wilderness, across the country, or your favorite local campground.
Luxury, destination trailers are larger, more spacious and even more comfortable! They are designed to be towed to a location and left for long periods of time – almost like a summer home or cottage on wheels! Some of the unique features include, higher ceilings, heavier furnishings, and more standard-size appliances. They are typically longer in length (about 40 feet) and greater in weight,and are sometimes known as “park models,” as their owners often park them in a campground and visit them throughout the season.
Is your credit history less than perfect? Don’t feel bad – you’re in the majority. Recent statistics revealed that 56% of Americans have subprime, or bad, credit.If you’re one of them, it doesn’t mean you have to give up on your dream of owning an RV. You can still buy an RV with bad credit if you plan ahead, do your homework, and rethink your spending habits.
So you’re ready to hit the road this year in your RV. You’ve picked out the ideal make and model, and you may even be planning your adventures. Only one thing remains – getting the RV financing you need while having enough money left over to actually go on those trips.
Did you know that financing a travel trailer purchase can, in some cases, provide you with more savings and flexibility than paying with cash? Here’s an interesting thing about owning an RV or motor home that not a lot of people realize: you might be able to claim it as a second residence on your taxes as long as you designate it properly for each year.