That's a really nice renovation on your TT - congrats on the hard work and nice looking results.
If you're interested in the true market value of your TT, there is a consumer Facebook group that is run by a professional RV Appraiser. You can get an ACV (actual cash value) report on what your model RV is currently selling for nationwide.
From what I understand, the data used to generate the report for your RV comes from actual sales/costing data from the RVDA/RVIA/Dealer Connect System - a system that is not available to the general public.
The great thing about this is that you can see what your model RV has actually been bought and/or sold for over the past 30 days. The bad thing about this report is that you can see what your model RV has actually been bought and/or sold for over the past 30 days.
The report is designed to give you information to help you price your RV, at market price - for the quickest sale. While you have 5 months before you have to sell, just remember that every month that you don't sell, the value of the RV drops, and is 5 months your hard date that it *has* to be gone? Just say that you don't sell it for 5 months - and now have to get rid of it. What is your rockbottom price in 5 months? Would you be better off pricing it aggressively today and getting cash in hand and moving on? Do you have any carrying costs on the RV currently?
IMHO, if 5 months is a hard timeline, then getting aggressive on pricing today - or maybe 30/45 days at the latest, is very likely in your best interest.
I am not affiliated with the Facebook group at all - I am just an interested and more educated seller/buyer since joining. I'm taking what I learned after our RV purchase in 2011 (we got a little snookered on the sale, leaning on NADA pricing), learning from this group, the Facebook group and arming myself with a wealth of knowledge for when we're ready to upgrade in 3-4 years.
If you'd like information on the name of the group so that you can join, PM me - I want to make sure my post stays on the right side of the moderators