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Old 01-31-2016, 10:59 AM   #15
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Originally Posted by pagosajoe View Post
Interesting discussion and business model. Thanks to this discussion, we contacted Dream Finders and signed up. Very painless process, no commitment, no contract, just your word of honor to pay 1% if the coach sells through their site. If you sell it yourself - not through Dream Finders - you owe them nothing.

I wrote up a description of our 2012 Fleetwood Discovery, and our 2010 GMC Acadia towed vehicle, and sent it to them by email. I also sent them a whole bunch of pictures of the RV and car. Within 12 hours, the ad was on line. Great service!

Now, we'll see if it sells...
It is a unique way of marketing RV's. It's kinda of a hybrid...online shopping, they screen prospects before referring them to you & they take a very low commission if one of their referrals buys. It's more expensive than RV forums, RV Traders & RVT.com BUT they actually embed on RVT.com so you get that for free. I think it's a good option along with the RV forums.

We have never sold a coach before & always bought from a dealer so this is a new adventure. It will be interesting to see where prospects come from. I have already gotten calls & emails from dealers wanting to sell it for me (of course) & one prospect (probably from a forum) but not sure where he got the info from. He was interested & made an offer but lower than I was interested in but said we'd discuss it & call him back. He didn't want to give his phone number but said he'd call back next week. I guess we shall see if he is really interested. He said he was not a dealer & he didn't sound like one but next week is almost here

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