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How do you determine the resale value for an RV?

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NADA Guides and RV Trader offer RV pricing tools for used RVs, as of July 2015. Potential sellers or buyers can enter details about the RV such as the make, model, year and features to get an accurate sales price.

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The NADA Guides pricing tool walks the user through screens to add all relevant RV details. The user also has the option to enter specific features of the RV that might raise its value. The website then provides the original manufacturer's suggested retail price when the RV was new, the low end of the current retail range and the average current retail price. The low price is the amount the seller can expect to receive for an RV in poor condition.

The RV price checker from RV Trader starts with types of RVs such as Class A, Class B or fifth wheel. The user can enter a ZIP code, the make and model, and the model year range. RV Trader then provides a list of high, low and average values for that specific RV.

An appraisal from a professional appraiser is another option for a seller who wants a very specific value. Professional appraisers may be more accurate, but they typically come with a fee.

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