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Old 07-25-2019, 06:37 PM   #1
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Iím wondering if banks will finance newer used Airstreams instead of going through a dealership. If anyone has had a good experience with a certain bank. I havenít been to my bank yet to ask, any information will be much appreciated. Thx
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I only had a note for a couple years, but Bank of the West was my lender. It was through the dealer though.
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A Credit Union is a good place to start. People say Good Sam club has a very RV friendly loan department...
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Thank for the replies!
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Used "Light Stream" on line bank lending for Suntrust . Easy processes
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Best is the coach that you can pay cash to acquire. A depreciating asset, like an RV is a poor investment. An RV that is paid for with excess discretionary cash saved over time from your budget can be an excellent investment in your vacation futures. You can buy more RV if you do not have to pay interest on a loan to buy it. Pat
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I used navy federal credit union. No issues.
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Best is the coach that you can pay cash to acquire. A depreciating asset, like an RV is a poor investment. An RV that is paid for with excess discretionary cash saved over time from your budget can be an excellent investment in your vacation futures. You can buy more RV if you do not have to pay interest on a loan to buy it. Pat
It is possible that if you buy the right used AS that it wonít depreciate.
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Yes, I've heard about those. But the OP was looking for "newer used Airstreams" and that may not be the formula for a non-depreciating purchase. But if you got one of those, good for you. Now pass it along to the OP so they can have one too. . Pat
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