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Old 10-22-2012, 02:55 PM   #1
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We just put a deposit with a dealer on a 2005 Winnebago. Now I am looking at financing. Has anyone everfinanced with Good Sam? Any other recommendations other than our regular bank/ credit union?

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I've worked with Bank of the West and have now refinanced with Essex Credit. Essex Credit is connected both with Good Sam and Bank of the West. I'm sure if you Google them, you will locate phone numbers with which to make contact. Good luck.......
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Google RV Finance and you will find numerous places that can arrange it, e.g. Essex Credit, Bank of America, Bank of the West, Good Sam, and RVUSA. Get several quotes, and also get a quote from the dealer. Don't be afraid to negotiate with the dealer over the rate, or to tell him that you have a better quote from another lender.

Online finance sources can provide the same level of service on the financing as the dealer. They handle the paerwork and make all arrangements, so you don't have to worry about the burden falling on you.

If your local bank and credit union will handle this size and duration of loan, get quotes from them as well.
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I got a great refi rate at Bank of America...call Dana at 727-543-0700
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We've financed three coaches with Bank Of America, but the last one took some negotiation because they did not offer the best interest rate up front. Had to point out to them my previous two loans with a blemish-free repayment record to get them to lower their rate. However, Bank of the West offered us that same rate without questions.
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Old 10-26-2012, 06:44 AM   #6
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Thanks for all the info. Our situation is that we bought a travel trailer this summer, and now have decided we would prefer a motorhome. We have a loan for TT that won't be paid off until about 2 weeks after we want to pick up MH. Our credit/income seems to support having both loans at once, but RV financers are telling me "only 1 RV loan at a time". I think I'm gonna go with my credit union who has offered good rates but for a short term (3 years) only
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Essex through Costco is the best I found. Somehow the Costco connection gets a little better rate than the average Joe, or Jill.
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We used suntrust bank through destination financial, was and continues to be a good thing
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