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Old 02-12-2014, 07:18 AM   #15
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Originally Posted by 89sandman View Post
market value is what its called. you need to do research in your area for what you are looking for. the exact same motorhome in different parts of the country will be worth different amounts. I've found the people who bought it new usually ask the higher prices because they have been paying on the thing for years and usually still owe more on it than what its worth. motor home prices depreciate unlike anything else I've ever bought. you spend 100k and five years later you'd be lucky to get half that. I just bought one and traveled 10 hours to get it but paid 35% less than what I would have paid for the same thing here. like I said different area's have different market values. condition is another major determining factor, but as you will soon find one man's "like new" condition is another man's pile of crap. just like the phrase "everything works" it always does until you get there and actually start checking it out

Couldn't have said it better. It is a buyers market out there right now. I had a choice of 8 very nice coaches worth considering when we bought ours. Some people have had their coaches for sale for years and can't understand why! In one word MONEY. They priced themselves out of the market.
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