Financing your RV not only gives you the benefit of low monthly payments at competitive interest rates but also offers longer amortization periods that help keep payments low. No matter your credit score or financial history, O’Connor RV can help you find an affordable RV loan that aligns with your budget.
Whether you’re keen on dipping into your retirement savings or thinking of using your line of credit, there are many reasons why financing your RV is the better option:
The bank can withdraw money from your account anytime to repay your line of credit.
Secured lines of credit use your home as collateral. Default of payment for any reason allows the bank to take your home.
Having your savings tied up in an RV investment could leave you in a bind in the event of an emergency.
The bank may require the total balance of your line of credit paid in full if you die, become insolvent or bankrupt.
Most RV dealerships, like O’Connor RV, provide an easy and fair trade-in process when you’re ready to upgrade or sell your RV.
If the bank sees any increase in risk to the security, it can demand full payment.
Home insurance costs may be higher due to the additional line of credit.
Floating interest rates fluctuate with the prime rate, allowing you to get the best deal available at the current time.
We get it – life happens! And having credit issues is more common than you think. At O’Connor, we won’t let bad credit stop you from enjoying your RV adventures. Factors such as income, your down payment, and how well you pay your bills regularly and on time can all work in your favour, even if you have a low credit score. Talk to our finance team, and they can give you more information and see if you qualify.
Much like financing a car, an RV loan allows you to purchase a travel trailer, fifth wheel, or other RV. In comparison to an auto loan, payments are spread over a longer period of time—generally ten years or more. Our finance team works with various lenders to find an RV loan and payment plan that suits your budget.
It depends. If you took out a loan on your RV, you may be able to deduct its interest. To do this, your RV must qualify as either a primary or secondary home so that your RV loan is treated as the mortgage on your home. This qualifies you to deduct the interest that accrues on your RV loan.
Not if you work with the right team of financial specialists! While your credit history and financial situation will play key factors in your eligibility for an RV loan, our financial department will work hard to make the process as seamless as possible.
While the average term for a used RV loan is 10 – 15 years, it can now be extended up to 20 years in some circumstances, resulting in surprisingly low monthly payments.