Sellers of bank repo RVs include CampingWorldOfChattanooga.com and BuyRVRepos.com. Additionally, many banks list repossessed RVs on their websites; RepoFinder.com features state-by-state lists of links to the repo pages on many of these banks' websites.Continue Reading
To find bank repo RVs at CampingWorldOfChattanooga.com, hover the mouse over the Web Specials tab near the top of the main page, click Bank Repos on the drop-down menu, and then use the search feature on the left side of the page. As of December 2015, this section includes more than 300 RVs ranging in price from about $9,800 to $300,000. This company offers services and products such as extended warranties, shipping, insurance, financing and repairs. Its Handyman Specials section lists RVs in need of work.
BuyRVRepos.com bills itself as "all about the RV resale." It states that all of its inventory is listed at the NADA retail price but that buyers can usually get items at or below the NADA wholesale price. NADA retail prices of RVs listed on the website range from about $11,000 to $125,000. The company maintains a large inventory at a lot in Statesville, North Carolina, that includes Class A gas and diesel RVs, Class B and C RVs, travel trailers, fifth wheels and toy haulers. It provides financing and storage services and accepts trade-ins and consignments.Learn more about Buying & Selling