Many RV owners who want to sell their vehicles decide to go through a dealer and use what is called RV consignment.
Some owners who decide to sell on consignment choose to do so instead of selling their RV themselves since the marketing, negotiations and paperwork are all handled by professionals.
Individuals that choose to consign their RVs should know that they will not receive any money until their vehicle is sold. How much the original owner will receive depends on the consignment agreement as well. Some dealers agree ahead of time to pay owners a fair market value while others take a percentage of the total sale price
Most reputable dealers will work hard to get top dollar for the RVs they sell on consignment. However, BeaudryRV.com suggests owners that choose consignment follow a few steps to help their vehicle stand out.
These tips include giving the RV a thorough cleaning both inside and out, fixing any small problems like loose hinges or blown-out light bulbs and getting the vehicle tuned up.
Remember that first impressions are important when it comes to a major investment like an RV. Getting your vehicle into the best possible condition will help you make more money on its sale.