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Old 05-23-2018, 09:37 AM   #1
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NADA and book values

I apologize I did a search and could not find much on this. I am looking at a 2006 Bambi 19. Anyone have any ideas on how much above NADA a trailer should be listed at or is it just what the market will bear? Obviously condition is a factor but just a general rule on good condition??
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I learned when I sold my last RV that NADA doesn't have enough data on RV's to get a reliable book value. So it's sort of what the market will bear.
I'd recommend going on "RVTrader.com" see all the ads for similar trailers, and get an idea of value.
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The only people who use NADA for trailers and Airstream values is your insurance company and bank. Both use it for "value" but as you have found it isn't anywhere close to reality. And make sure when you insure your Airstream they are not using NADA for replacement cost, or you will be out a lot of money.


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About insurance, just bought a policy for our 2013 FC20 through our usual agent, written by Progressive. We were told we could insure it for whatever we wanted, but Progressive was only going to pay NADA. Do other insurance companies do it different?
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About insurance, just bought a policy for our 2013 FC20 through our usual agent, written by Progressive. We were told we could insure it for whatever we wanted, but Progressive was only going to pay NADA. Do other insurance companies do it different?
I just insured my 2002 for way above the NADA with an agreed value policy. My agent is FCIS and it is insured by Progressive. I had the trailer appraised, sent the paperwork to FCIS and it was done.
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