RV LOANS for DIESEL PUSHERS AND ALL OTHER TYPES OF RV's
Will get right to the point. We can take care of all your RV financing needs. We don't fool around when it comes to RV financing. We don't have any 'come-ons' like buy-down rates or home loans. We have no hidden charges. We can get you a quote on real RV insurance and warranties, not auto policies thst have been modified.
Our service is old fashion. We treat you like we would want to be treated, with efficiency and courtesy. When you call you will not push button to get to the right person, you will get your questions answered by experienced persons, you will get called back if you requested a call.
If you decide to allow us to arrange your financing for you you will be kept informed about the status of the approval and will understand the loan process. Actually after you supply the financial information your work is done except for signing the documents and returning them to us. We try to take all the worry and concern out of the experience.
We are specialists in the world of RV financing. The company owner, involved in all facets of the RV industry since 1969, and his son put up the very first RV financing website on the Internet in 1998. Since that time we have worked to streamline the application process. We have worked with our staff who are all experienced in the industry so that they first, listen to your needs, then answer your questions in order that they can find the lowest possible rate and the best terms to suit you, as an individual.
We finance and refinance all types of RV's, minimum finance amount is $25,000 and the minimum refiancne amount is $35,000. We will be happy to help you with a Montana LLC and we finance LLC's in all states. Need a real RV warranty or insurance? We can get you ar free, no obligation quote from companies that are A+ rated. These are no auto policies modified for RV's.
Please take the time to give us a call and see what we can really do for you. On the Internet all the reputable lenders have rates very similar, it really comes down to the service, the efficiency with which the whole process is completed.
If you are new the the world of RV's here are some terms you may not be familiar with
Types of Recreational Vehicles
Class A Motorhome: a motorhome that is built on a chassis that resembles a bus. These motorhomes range from plain and simple to units that include hot tubs, inside and outside entertainment area with TV and stereo and many luxury options.
Class B Motorhome: a van is converted by raising the top and adding cooking and toilet facilities. Usually refered to as a Camper van.
Class C Motorhome: built on a vehicle chassis with a van body and front cab.
Travel Trailer: a rigid sided unit with living facilities towed behind a vehicle by means of a hitch.
Fifth Wheel: similar to a travel trailer but towed by a pick up truck with a special hitch mounted in the bed of the truck.
Diesel Pusher: a motorhome with the diesel engine in the rear.
Diesel Puller: a motorhome with a diesel engine in the front.
Black Tank: holding tank in an RV that holds toilet waste.
Fresh tank: holding tank for fresh water.
Grey Tank: Tank for storing water from kitchen and bathroom sink and tub.
Boondocking: staying in an RV without hooking up to electric, water or sewer facilities. Also known as dry camping or primative camping.
Dump Station: a place where you can empty the holding tanks, usually has water available. Small fee is usually charged.
Full Timer: a person that travels in their RV all the time. The RV may be their only residence.
Part Timer: a person that travels in their RV for a vacation period or occasional week ends.
Pop-Out / Slide-Out / Tip-Out: refers to expanded living area that ‘slides out’ manually or electrically when parked. Available in motorhomes, 5th wheels and travel trailers.
Snowbird: term for one who lives in a cold climate and heads South in the RV during the winter months.
Wally World: RV’er slang for Wal Mart.