In RV lots, we invite you to read the pages outlined below in hopes of providing information
you will find of value when you buy, sell, or simply research RV Lots. CLICK on the
headings or the navigation buttons above to visit individual topic pages. If you
have something to contribute we are interested in that too! We are pleased
to add pages as necessary.
Perhaps you have tired of paying seasonal rent with nothing to show for it? The
kids are now at an age where a week end retreat would be a great thing for the
family? There are many reasons you may have developed an interest in RV
property. The most basic first decision is the selection of an RV park or real
estate where you can use your RV. Parks vary greatly in size, cost, amenities,
lifestyle, owner age, restrictions, and what you will be permitted to do with
your "lot". This page explores some things you will want to consider
as you begin your search.
So you have decided to explore the purchase of real estate for your RV! This
page will give you some information to consider as you search for your perfect
spot. There are major differences in lots and parks as well as subdivided real
estate where you can camp and enjoy your RV. Explore utilities, size and phases.
Avoid future surprises that almost always cost you money. An RV real estate
purchase has much in common with any real estate transaction and you want to be
The improvements to an RV property can vary from a parking slab with some
flowers to a single family home that features a garage for your RV. This page
explores the improvements made to the typical RV lot and the impact of the
"rules" set out by the developer that govern what can be built. Park
Models, pitfalls and basics are addressed.
Buy and Sell
Buying or selling an RV property may be easy or difficult depending on the
location and the practices of the RV park or subdivision where it is located.
This page explores why, when you are looking for an RV lot, you may have a
hard time even knowing an RV park exists. You will better
understand why sellers often have their RV real estate languish on the market
when in fact there are many would-be buyers that would like to have a look
! They simply can't find what you wish to sell!
Before you click away take a few minutes to familiarize yourself with how you might own (hold) your RV real estate. While RV ads often show the lone RV at lakes edge, the reality is that for most of us,
camping on our own lot will be a community affair. Most RV properties are found in RV parks. We explore condo, co-ops, long term leases and more. Know and understand what you are being offered as you
search the available market. A lease might be a good deal? Why did the developer decide to make it a Co-op? Perhaps you will find some needed answers here?