Online Price Guides
The Internet offers a range of resources that are useful when trying to determine how much your RV is worth. Popular sites include NADA and RV Trader. With these sites, you can input your RV's make, model, year, etc. You can then select any customized options that are included on your rig, which will adjust the estimated value. With online price guides, it is important to remember that they are just that: guides. They are estimations, not promises, so don't take them equivocally. Some users complain that these resources set unrealistic expectations of profit, so pay attention to all of the numbers they provide for you, not just the high-end retail value. For example, on NADA they supply an average retail value, a low retail value, and a suggested list price. Take all of these estimations into consideration when determining how much your RV is worth.
Another effective way of determining a fair market price for your RV is by looking at what other people are actually selling similar units for. eBay is an awesome resource for finding comparable units, and because you can search completed listings, you can see exactly what they sold for. Using this method will give you a feel for the real consumer market, which is ideal because in the end, your RV will be worth whatever your buyer is willing to pay for it. You can make price comparisons on other classified sites like Craigslist and RV Trader, although with these you will really only get a feel for what sellers are asking for, rather than what sellers are receiving. You might also have to factor in any customization differences, as your RV may not exactly match the one in the listing.