What is NADA for RV Motor homes?
NADA stands for the National Automobile Dealer Association and is the most popular and the most respected resource for stipulating the value of RV motor homes.
It is very useful Blue Book, that provides buyers of motor homes the worth of the recreational vehicles they are planning to purchase.
During the process of valuation NADA for RVs takes into account the make, the model, and the year when the certain motor home was made.
Other information about the vehicle such as any improvements or accident damages is not usually taken into account during valuating the worth of the RV.
NADA does not guarantee the price at you can buy the specific RV. Instead, it is the going rate for similar RVs of the same make, model and year.
If you are in the buying process, then NADA for RV motor homes can help you to determine what you should pay for the desired make, mode,l and year of recreational vehicle. These values are based on a motor home that has been used sparingly and that has mild wear and tear. If the vehicle had any damage or has too much wear and tear the value of the vehicle will automatically be significantly lower than the value of the vehicle which didn't have any damages and which value was determined by NADA Blue Book. When you are familiar with the NADA RV Blue Book value of the particular RV, then you will be sure that you will never pay more for that vehicle than its market value.
NADA for RV motor homes can also help you when you are trying to sell a used recreational vehicle. Using NADA Blue Book for similar model can help you work out the price for your RV in order to sell it faster. Furthermore, it helps you sell the vehicle at reasonable price allowing you to get a good price for your vehicle.
If you decide to purchase the recreational vehicle on auction, NADA for RV motor homes works great as well. RVs sold on auctions very often gain price for up to 40 percent less than their market value. This means that if you know the blue book value of the desired recreational vehicle you can easily think of your highest bid amount.
If for example you are trading your motor home in to a dealer, NADA for RV motor homes can also help you to know what the value of the similar RV is in order to get a good deal from the dealer you are having business with.
In order to get the information from NADA RV Blue Book you don't have to pay anything. All you have to do is to log on to the website, select the RV section, choose the desired manufacturer, the desired model and you will be presented with a high, low, and average market price for the similar models.
Knowing all this, you may conclude that NADA for RV motor homes may be an excellent starting point when buying an RV but is not necessarily the most accurate criterion for determining the RVs prices.
The value of used RV’s is established by the NADA for RV motor home price guide.
However the NADA Blue Book rv tends to value campers lower than the Kelley guide does, which can be good for a buyer but not so good for the RV seller.
Whether you are a buyer or a seller the Actual value may be somewhere between what the two guides list.
There are other factors that contribute to the resale value of a motor coach besides the NADA RV value, for example the condition of your recreational vehicle , mileage, and major accessories like back up cameras satellite systems automatic leveling devices and awnings to name a few.
The actual selling price of other similar motor homes also has a lot of influence on the sale price of your mobile home. A NADA RV guide, is just that a guide to current motor home values based on a percentage of the original list price. NADA for RV motor home prices can be significantly lower than the Kelley prices.
Most RV sellers base their prices on current market values of similar recreational vehicles. Of course the amenities and condition of your motorcoach can have an effect on the value of your RV, for good or bad.
NADA blue book values, are
rarely used by dealers, however, they can give you a starting point to
bargain with, if you are buying a recreational vehicle. Whether you have
a pop up trailer, a fifth wheeler, or a van camper, you can get the
NADA RV values for them, unfortunately the NADA guides are not available
for viewing on line. You need to buy the book.
Often dealers in RVs will tell you the NADA RV for motor homes values if you ask. But will also explain why their prices, may be a bit higher. RV-ING ON LINE, can not provide you the opportunity to view the guide in line, but we can link you to sites where the book can be bought..
Just remember that the NADA guide is under priced in the minds of many sellers, so expect to be offered a higher purchase price for the motor home of your choice than the blue book may suggest. You are likely to get an offer somewhere between the Kelley and NADA listings.
The NADA blue book value for RVs can be confusing when a dealer is asking a price much higher than the book lists. They usually are not trying to cheat you, they are just using the prevailing market value of the particular RV you want to buy.
On the other hand if you are selling an RV, I am sure you would prefer to get a higher price than the NADA for RV motor home listing.