When we sold our tt via private sale we were up front that there was a lien on our tt. In NC and NJ, if there is a lien, the bank that holds the lien has possession of the title. We had prospective buyers cone out, look at our tt and make an offer. We negotiated back and forth to a fair price for both. We then agreed to meet at the buyers bank to have the cashier's check drawn up. We had a contract (2 copies) defendants notarized stating they were buying a 2011 crossroads zinger 26BL with vin #xyz123 for $0.00 it stated the sale was as is but contingent upon the seller producing a clean title. There are contracts you can download on line to cover this. We then gave the buyer a pdi/tutorial and helped them set up the wdh. They took posses that day. We handed the title over as soon as it came in the mail. The title sign over was notarized as well.
Most private used trailer sales are as is and buyer beware. I strongly advise taking someone along that knows about rvs or hire a mobile rv tech to inspect one you really want. Most are honest and disclose what they know about a trailer but it is all too common to see the sob story of someone who bought a water Damaged used trailer that has mold and a leak they didn't see before buying.
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