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Old 02-24-2014, 12:38 PM   #1
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Well that is done. NO RV AS OF YET.

Well the place we were going to get an rv from tried to screw us. We signed all the paperwork and in the end... They wanted a higher interest rate and more money.

Soooooo we are looking again. Hubby is more upset than I am. Bummed.
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Not knowing the details, I would be thankful the deal ended when it did. Assuming you you lost little money and time, it was not meant to be. There is a better rig out there for you and you will find it. All the best!
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Old 02-24-2014, 01:06 PM   #4
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PRD I wouldn't worry about it. There are tons of RVs out there and you will eventually find the one that is best for you at the right price. We've all been through it from time to time. Good luck on your search.
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Sorry to hear this. But you will find something better.
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Old 02-24-2014, 01:21 PM   #6
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No money lost just a bunch of dummy's. And DH is not happy at all. Im pretty sure he thinks it's my fault.
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Old 02-24-2014, 01:25 PM   #7
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Be glad you got away without losing any money. You'll find another one. There are plenty of them out there for sale.
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Just add it to your resume under Experience.
Now that you decided what you like, search for it on line at a better price.
Also check with your bank and credit unions on their interest rates
and review your Credit Report.
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Congratulations on not letting them shaft you. There are plenty of RVs available; you will find the one you're meant to have.
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Old 02-24-2014, 02:11 PM   #10
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No money lost just a bunch of dummy's. And DH is not happy at all. Im pretty sure he thinks it's my fault.
You're kidding about it being your fault I hope. You can't let a bunch of hucksters divide and conquer. I recommend going to a bank and qualifying for a loan rather than deal with dealer financing. At any rate, there are more RVs out there than you could look at in the next five years.
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Old 02-24-2014, 03:59 PM   #11
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You know how in elementary school they tell you "Always go with your first answer because it most likely is the right answer.."

http://www.rvoutlet.net/rv-outlet-in...=detail&id=406
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I wouldn't frett too much about not getting it. We went to a dealer close to us to deal on trading in our TT on a 5'er they had. They came back with some ridiculous offer.
We found a better 5'er 300 miles from home and got the exact deal I was hoping to get. All sight unseen. We're so much happier with the 5'er we got.
Just take a deep breath and hit the dealer lots again. FWIW have you tried to secure some preapproved financing? We had some already to go thru our CU and ended up going thru the dealer as they beat the interest rate by a point or so.
I always get preapproved when getting ready to deal. It takes the guess work.
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Well the place we were going to get an rv from tried to screw us. We signed all the paperwork and in the end... They wanted a higher interest rate and more money.

Soooooo we are looking again. Hubby is more upset than I am. Bummed.
We recently bought our new trailer, the finance manager was extremely pushy, she had all the paper work filled out with her finance company at a high interest rate. I had told her prior I was going through a credit union, she tried whining about having to redo the contract, took her two minutes to print a new one.
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Well the place we were going to get an rv from tried to screw us. We signed all the paperwork and in the end... They wanted a higher interest rate and more money.

Soooooo we are looking again. Hubby is more upset than I am. Bummed.
Hang in there! While it's always disappointing to see a dream and plan slip sideways, you now know more than you did before.....

Be aware that dealers often get kickbacks on financing and warranties. You're probably better off arranging your own financing, and leaves you haggling on price and cost of warranty. Part of the fun of purchasing!

Good hunting, be patient. It'll be worth it.....
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