Sell RV/Camper

RV brokers work much like real estate agents; they work hard to facilitate the sale of their listings and to protect and promote the interest of their clients. RV brokers charge a commission when the Rig is sold, and the commission amount will be set in writing when the seller signs a listing agreement with the broker. If another broker brings a buyer to the table on a co-brokerage arrangement, the total commission will normally be shared between the brokers.

The Brokers Role for the Seller

•Determining a fair asking price – To ensure a timely sale, it is essential to ask a fair price. A broker can help establish fair-market value for the RV through access to actual NADA data. •Preparing an Advertising Strategy – The professional broker will outline a plan of how a RV is to be advertised in the most appropriate media. For example, the best means to promote a 27′ Class A is vastly different than the strategy for a 26 Travel Trailer. The broker’s objective is to devise a strategy with the best chances of reaching the most interested and qualified audience for your RV.


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