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Old 10-30-2005, 01:39 PM   #1
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we want to buy a bounder 34f here i florida , does anybody have a idea where it would be best to finace a motorhome
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Old 10-30-2005, 01:39 PM   #2
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we want to buy a bounder 34f here i florida , does anybody have a idea where it would be best to finace a motorhome
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You will have to shop around for rates and terms. There are a nummber of companies that specialize in Rv financing and they are usually the best bets for large loans or terms longer than about 6 years. Rates are usually good too.

Google "RV finance" or "RV Loan" and you will find numerous sources. Or check the Good Sam Club or FMCA websites, if you are a member. They both have finacing programs available through a reputable RV lendor.

Some RV lendors: Beacon Credit, Essex Credit, Bank of America, & FUN-loan
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Old 10-31-2005, 03:24 PM   #4
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Check with a State Farm agent. When I was in there, they were advertising RV rates as low as 4.9% from the State Farm Bank.
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WE've had good luck with ETrade. We picked up on them thru Good Sam. super rates...
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We financed through FUN loans. Melissa-who works there-is fantastic, she helped enormously and speeded everything along.
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We used FUN also and closed in Ga so we did not pay FL doc stamp tax. Great rate 5.37 and flawless.
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Credit Unions usually have good rates on most loans. I have financed three through mine and have always had very good service.
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Old 11-06-2005, 06:15 AM   #9
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thanks for your reply ,we ened up getting financed through our dealer, he was so hungry to sell uss, we 6.75 which was the lowest i could find, it was the bank of the west,
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My credit union had the worst rate for a RV I've ever seen (10% when everyone else was the the 5.5 to 7.5% range). And their contract states that not only is the motorhome collateral, but any other account you have with them...
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Own a home? Do a home equity, we found it to be a much better rate
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