Head over to the following sites...one at a time of course! :-)
1. Motorhome Specialists/RV (Texas)
RVs for sale, New & Used motorhomes, New RVs, Texas RV Dealer
2. LazyDaysRV (Tampa/Tucson)
Lazydays RV Search Results
NOTE: assuming you're looking for a diesel pusher/Class A Motorhome
Once the page loads, use the options on the left side to narrow your search based on year date range, length, etc.,etc.,
3. PPL Motorhomes (Texas)
Class A Motorhomes for Sale - PPL Motor Homes
Input the details you need, such as 'date range', 'price point', 'etc.,etc' and then go through all the results and start trying to narrow down which coach maker/manufacturer interests you.
Once you've got a good indication as to which MH peeks your interest, head over to:
YouTube - Broadcast Yourself.
and type in the make/model/year of a particular coach and find some 'walk-throughs/tours' to get a better idea as to how the coach looks, how the floor plan looks., how much storage there is, etc.,etc.,
NOTE: Pictures are good to look at, but honestly, I find a good, high-quality video SO MUCH better!
Start taking notes of those coaches that really start to catch your eye!
Read up on customer reviews/chassis issues/warranty issues and/or concerns...
Get as much information about said coach as you can!
Visit as many local dealers as you can and see if they have any of the makes/models you've taken note of and see for yourself just now nice they are...or aren't, as is the case some time!
Become familiar w/the layout/floorplan and really ask yourself "is it really important?"
Case in point, *I* don't really care if the kitchen/sink is on the left or the right side of the coach (at least for now that is! LOL!)..my concern is 'where is the TV' and "will I have a straight shot at viewing it?"
The last thing I want to do is to be sitting in a U-shaped dinette and having to turn my neck 45 degrees because the TV is up over the front window!
Take as many test drives as needed and lastly...before pulling the trigger on a given coach, check out the 'dealer' you'll probably be buying from! Find out if they're good at honoring warranty issues, have good reviews regarding service issues, etc.,etc.,....Check them out as much as possible, so should something need fixing, they (Dealership) don't turn into a 'steal-er-ship'...if you get my drift!
Good luck w/your selection process! ;-)