Financing

Whether you have a perfect Beacon score, or a more challenging credit history, our personal Business Manager will find the right RV financing option for you.

We work with over a dozen different lenders to bring you the most competitive and flexible financing options around. We'll do whatever we can to help you get the monthly payment and loan term that best suits your budget. We can even offer you same day loan-approval in some cases.

Our goal is to get you into the RV of your dreams. If financing is one of your obstacles, Call our Business Manager Direct at 888-564-6611. We're experts at turning dreams into reality.

TODAY'S LOW INTEREST RATES MAKE RV PURCHASES EVEN MORE ATTRACTIVE, EXPERTS SAY

Mesa,AZ. - Today's low interest rates are boosting recreation vehicle (RV) sales by making purchasing even more attractive. That's a real bonus to consumers, experts say, along with the tax advantages of RV ownership.

Interest rates are expected to remain at comparatively low levels through the end of 2005, according to financial experts.

Lending institutions across the country are also offering flexible payment plans to meet buyers' needs. This has made it easier to purchase an RV, because loan terms are being extended making monthly payments more affordable, according to a survey of RV lenders by Recreation Vehicle Industry Association (RVIA).

Loan terms for both new and used large RVs now extend up to 15 to 18 years. Whether the purchase is financed through a bank, savings and loan, finance company, credit union or RV dealer, the average minimum downpayment is 13 percent for towable RVs and 15 percent for motorhomes. For budget-conscious families, these attractive terms make RV ownership even more economical.

Lenders also consider RVers to be reliable buyers - another advantage for consumers. The reason: less than 1.35 percent of all RV loans are delinquent, according to RVIA figures.

Financing saves money. Not only are interest rates more affordable today, but financing an RV purchase can be smarter than tapping into savings or cashing in assets to pay cash, experts advise. This option offers more economic flexibility, allowing you to further invest your money and obtain returns greater than the cost of financing. And because RV loans are generally offered for longer periods, yielding lower monthly payments, financing might allow you to buy a larger RV than you might otherwise have purchased.

There are Tax advantages. For the vast majority of RV buyers, the interest on their loan is deductible as second home mortgage interest.

To qualify, interest expense deductions on the RV must exceed the taxpayer's standard deduction. In addition, the RV must:

  • Be used as security for the loan.
  • Be rented out less than 15 days per year.
  • Have basic sleeping, toilet and cooking facilities.

Virtually all RV types of motorhomes, van campers, travel trailers, truck campers and even some folding camping trailers-qualify under these conditions. The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) publishes two booklets with helpful information regarding the tax deductibility of RV loan interest. "Publication 936-Home Interest Deduction" and "Publication 523-Selling Your Home" are available by calling the IRS at 1-800-829-3676.