We are all giving you "our" way of buying a MH. Mine involves using the 20% below NADA as a starting point as I explained. Of course some say that I am 100% wrong. Thats why I said that the bottom line is what you are willing to pay and the dealer is willing to sell for. The poster above is correct in that the dealer is going to buy as low as half NADA low, or less, or they will not take it at all. Knowing that they will buy for near half of the value, if you can get it for 20% below NADA they will make money and you will get a decent price. That is my strategy that the above have said is useless. It works for me I got my current coach from a dealer for 85K when NADA low was 119K. They did not lose money! They made money and I am still happy with the price. I got 4 year old tires and have put maybe 5K into it to get it right. Use the method that makes you happy whatever it is. Good luck.
Jerry, "EWC (SW)" USN Retired
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