What brand you may select, since it sounds like extensive long haul traveling will not be your routine, depends on the local dealers reputation.
Some dealers offer a good deal, but when it comes to service, they turn their backs on the customers, especially ladies.
If you have the time, you might want to visit different brand dealers in your area.
You could then give them a look over, get a quote, maybe visit with some of their service customers, then check with the local Chamber of Commerce and/or the better Business Bureau.
A huge word of caution though. If the dealer suggests an "extended warranty policy" don't walk away, "RUN". That program is designed to increase the dealers profit margin, at the customers expense.
The extended warranties all "sound" good, but once you have a claim, you will verbally express some of those "bad words" that are not part of your normal everyday vocabulary.
Yes, once in a great while it works, "RARELY", but most always, the customer was taken for a sleigh ride, without the benefit of having snow on the ground.
Good luck with your search.
You could, if you wish, get some info, post it here and get more feedback.
Welcome to Airstreaming, and all it's pleasures, well, at least most of the time.
Have you had the trailer systems and maintenance items checked out yet, so that proper performance is assured, instead of aggravations?