No-one can blame you for wanting the process of selling your caravan to be easy. If you also want it to be ridiculously fast, don’t go thinking that you are asking for too much. Perhaps you want to get a fantastic offer price for it too. Of course, you do, who wouldn’t? The following are some great tips that will ensure that you get all of those things and more.
There is a time of year when demand is higher than it is during other times of year. It will be during the camping season, which is around December and January. If you want to get the best offers for your caravan, this is when you should sell.
When you are selling your caravan, people will want to negotiate the price with you. They will offer you a bit less than what you are asking. Pre-empt this by setting a slightly higher price than the amount of money you actually want. To learn how much your caravan should be worth, research online by looking up how much other people are selling the same make, model and age of caravan as you are.
Don’t be afraid to spend a small amount of money if needed. Clean the outside. Clean the interior. If there is anything such as a zipper or fly screen that needs replacing, do so. It may make selling your caravan a lot easier if you can get it detailed. Get the electricals checked.
This will involve taking pictures and writing up a blurb for your ad that lists all the great things about your caravan. Don’t forget to include the main details as well, such as what condition it is in, how old it is, and its make and model.
Don’t be afraid to tout your caravan’s positive qualities in as positive of a tone as possible. You really want to sell this thing, and convince anyone who has stumbled across your advert that it really is a great buy. If you have all the maintenance records, include this. Say how much it weighs, and mention where you have been storing it while under your ownership.
When you take photos of your vehicle, you can make them look dynamic by choosing different angles. Take from a low vantage point and from the corner perspective of the vehicle. The distance that you take the photo from will also make a difference. Do it on a nice day.
Take photos of the interior, as this is the most important part of a caravan. People want to know what the space that they are going to be spending a lot of time in looks. If there are any stains, find a way to get rid of them. If any cupboards need repairing, do so.
Good luck selling your caravan in Northland! However, if your caravan is too old and you don’t have time to go through all these steps then you should contact Cash for Cars Whangarei who offer the best price for your vehicle and offer free pickup same day. Call 0800 100 070 and book a free scrap car pickup in Whangarei.