Originally Posted by whitegs
If they sell it for more, I get the price I quoted and they keep whatever they get above that. If it sells for less than my asking price, they charge 3% commission. Does that sound reasonable?
Honestly it sounds like the hallmark of a really sleazy dealer. I've watched that kind of operation and they will screw anyone. No need to go into the gory details unless you really want to know but you don't want to deal with that type of commission set up.
Late model Airstreams that are priced reasonable fly off the shelf right now. There is no such thing as out in the boonies when it comes to Airstreams. People will gladly travel to your rig. Keep it simple. Keep the extras out of the picture, don't even mention them. When a reasonable buyer shows up, if you like them you can throw them in at that time if you want. You won't have to show it more than once or twice. Being in a remote location is actually a benefit, it'll weed out the non-serious folks.
If you still want to sell through a dealer for your own reasons find someone with a straight commission or fee.