Originally Posted by RLCJAH
2019 Keystone Montana High Country 8,000 miles with outdoor kitchen and 4 slides Model 344RL with Onan Generator and Washer and Dryer. All hoses, barb q grill, dishes, filters, propane fire pit and more come with unit.
2018 Ford F-250 Platinum Heavy Duty Diesel with all the bells and whistles for a comfortable ride. 36,000 miles maintained by Ford Motor Company maintenance plan, extended warranty transferable.
Total price $144,999.
Your typical depreciation the instant your Monty tires leave the dealer lot is 20-25%. Your truck will typically lose 15-17% Your first year. Some of your “extras” just wont bring much value, though it may help you compete agains a competitive unit. I would advise you to check your NADA values on each and you will have a “ball park” number. Your units are only worth what someone is willing to pay for them regardless. I would advise you to sell them separately, as most people are in the market for one or the other, not both together. You can feature them together, but would you turn down an offer on one just because you are trying to sell them as a package? People tend to think their stuff is worth more than what others want to pay, so do your best to find out what the “real world” value is and be prepared to be disappointed. Obviously you want to get the best price you can but you don’t want to price yourself out of the market. Do your research, and price them separately. Best of luck to you.
Don’t bother with Kelly Blue Book. Banks and dealers both use NADA. Your buyers most likely will need to finance the purchase. You might need to sell your washer, dryer, and generator separately as buyers may not want those items and could be a negative to the sale. As others have suggested, search the web for like units and see what they are selling for.