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Old 09-05-2021, 07:43 AM   #15
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We would prefer to bring most of our stuff from the current one to any "new to us" motorhome. Fully furnished might appeal to a first time owner who will just be weekending. We could also leave stuff that we don't want from yours in our old one for our buyer. We've sold 4 houses and the realtors always preffered to show the houses with nothing in them because people like to imagine it with their things in it or what they might want to do with it.
There are many ways to finance things using collateral other than the motorhome itself, and there are quite a few people selling everything and buying motorhomes, so I would think you could find a cash buyer.
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Old 09-05-2021, 07:54 AM   #16
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Id look at the extras as a selling point. Not going to be much of a price boost for you, if at all
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We have a tt set up on a permanent foundation and use it like a small summer "Home" - when these places sell, it is customary to leave furniture and kitchen supplies in them. That's how we purchased. For me, it was extra work as I didn't want the furniture as it wasn't my style nor did it suit our needs, and the kitchen supplies fit the same category. Before I could move in, I had to "move out" - so I donated and gave away. but it took time and was work I really didn't want to do. HOWEVER, it might be big savings for some folks to inherit furniture and supplies. I think I would offer the buyers the option. I don't think the buyers should have to clean out someone else's left overs.
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