NO CREDIT CAMPERS VS. DEALERSHIP
The better way to buy a Camper is No Credit Campers. No price haggling and $2,425 on average under NADA average retail price. Inspections, credit application, customer service, and delivery are all part of your $2,000 Down Payment.
Down Payment includes Fees Below
$600 / Camper
Refreshing Your Camper
No Credit Campers puts more money into inspecting, detailing and photographing your vehicle, offering peace of mind in knowing that your car is going to be delivered in the best possible condition.
$200 / Camper
To make finding the right Camper with No Credit Campers as easy as possible, our Customer Advocate team serves the entire U.S. from our HQ in Austin, Texas. Helping you direct an online car buying experience without confusion or worry is our calling.
No Minimum Credit Score
At No Credit Campers there is no required minimum credit score to apply. We are able to get more customers approved than any other RV dealer service.
Futuristic Camper Buying
No Credit Campers allows customers to decide how they receive their purchased Camper. Opt for free delivery to your doorstep, or pick up from one of our Certified Camper Dealerships that occupy only one acre of land. This leaner model saves you time and money
$650 / Camper
Refreshing Your Car
Traditional dealerships focus on surface-level vehicle repairs targeted at increasing the sales price, opposed to extending the life of the vehicle. Service centers are the long-term profit centers of dealerships, meaning your return is in their best interest.
$1,500 / Camper
The average used car megastore requires 150 full-time staff per dealership. That’s a lot of full-time salaries (plus commission) that you help pay for when you buy from your neighborhood dealer.
$80 / app fee
650 Minimum Credit Score
In order for most dealers to get financing for their customers they offer a minimum of 650 credit score. At No Credit Campers we offer creative ways to finance the Camper of your dreams.
$500 / Camper
Old Way of Buying
The average dealership occupies seven or more acres of expensive real estate. That, plus the overhead of maintaining and operating large facilities means customers are ultimately left to foot the bill. It has to be paid somehow.