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Jakeone

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Until a few months ago my wife and myself owned and operated a resort in northern Minnesota. This was a financial disaster for 13 years and pretty much destroyed our credit. Since selling we are now fulltiming and working at an RV resort in Florida. Our credit scores are climbing but not quickly enough. We recently tried five dealers and financing was a problem every time.

We need a new "home" because the value of ours declines as it ages and the new ones are always increasing in price...eventually we won't be in a position to acquire another one-so we're sort of desperate.

Does anyone have any ideas on where people with less than perfect credit can find financing?
 

Jakeone

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We're new members and have posted a question about financing a new RV with less than perfect credit. Briefly: we owned and operated a resort in the Minnesota wilderness for over 10 years and it was a financial disaster, trouncing our credit. Now we are full time Class A'ers living and working in Florida. We need a new "home" because (a) we need a little more room and (b) the value of ours continues to decline as it ages-although it is in excellent condition- and the price of new ones continues to increase. Eventually the difference in trade value and new coach cost will be insurmountable.

Does anybody have any ideas on where an honest, hard-working and stable couple (married for 34 years-to each other, yet) can obtain financing with less than perfect credit?
 

Steve CDN

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