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Old 06-21-2016, 02:29 PM   #1
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I'm working out how best to buy my new FF and I'm probably going to want to get a loan for some of it. I had a Capital One loan to buy my truck, but I called them and they no longer offer loans on TTs. Can anyone recommend a finance company for a loan on a new FF?

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Old 06-21-2016, 07:42 PM   #2
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I can't point you anywhere but here is an article giving tips and considerations on financing an RV. There are also companies online you could check out. Just Google RV Financing. Or, your dealer might get you a good deal, but don't count on it.
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Are you a Costco member? They offer financing on trailers & RVs at pretty competitive rates.
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Thanks guys. I am a Costco member, so I'll try them. From my research RV loans are more like real estate loans, when what I'm really looking for is something akin to an auto loan since I really just want the finance for a few months, 6 months max, to smooth out our cashflow a bit as I know I'll have a load of initial purchases when I buy the trailer, such as weight distributing hitch, generator and all the stuff that goes inside the thing like bedding and plates etc.

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Ally bank has been good to me with my camper loan
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I always lean towards a credit union.
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just don't borrow so much your upside down to start with. Please try and put at least 20% down. If you can't afford that then you really don't need it. First and for most its a TOY. Make sure you can afford it
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Hear, hear. And make sure you use it, not just park it.
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