Financing question

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da/dt

Member
There’s many RV loan companies including most credit unions. Otherwise the specialty finance companies like Haggerty.
 

billiebob

Well-known member
Depends on the risk to the lender. If you are talking a mainstream manufactured Sprinter RV that lends credibility. If you are buying a backyard one off Sprinter Van Camper Conversion, they will be unlikely to value it above the bare Sprinter Van value. They might even regard a home built conversion as too high a risk. For those risks to the lender you will need a specialist who will likely charge a premium.

A main stream manufactured Sprinter Camper Van, don't call it a conversion, will have traceable value and almost any lender will be able to assess value from the used market.
 

vintageracer

To Infinity and Beyond!
Navy Federal Credit Union.

they finance high dollar and exotic cars along with regular stuff and probably Sprinters.

I personally have never used em as I have never financed a vehicle however I have friends that have used them.
 

Jdubucsd

Addicted to Espresso
Depends on the risk to the lender. If you are talking a mainstream manufactured Sprinter RV that lends credibility. If you are buying a backyard one off Sprinter Van Camper Conversion, they will be unlikely to value it above the bare Sprinter Van value. They might even regard a home built conversion as too high a risk. For those risks to the lender you will need a specialist who will likely charge a premium.

A main stream manufactured Sprinter Camper Van, don't call it a conversion, will have traceable value and almost any lender will be able to assess value from the used market.
Exactly this. Its gonna be real hard to finance one from someone who built it.

Id say your best bet is to get one barely used 2-3-4 years old at an RV dealership and shop financing that route. Good luck
 
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