What's a home worth?

Submitted: Monday, Mar 17, 2008 at 11:55
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We have been agonising about selling our Bushtracker that has been home for the past three years or so. Unfortunately family circumstances have changed so we need to think about selling the van. It's an October 2004, 21 footer with full annex, 4 x solar panels, 4 x 100 aH batteries, potable/non potable water with 3 tanks on the non-drinking water side, ensuite, island bed, computer desk, 220 litre fridge, extended draw bar, tap on the draw bar, microwave, 14" LG flat screen TV with integrated DVD player, 4 speaker Pioneer sound system, aluminium chequer plate sides, and a few other little bits and pieces. I am not sure what the price should be. The tyres are still the original Bridgestones. Any suggestions would be appreciated. Is it best to advertise alone or as a package with our Ford F250 tow vehicle?
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Pete
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Reply By: NIK `N` OFF - Monday, Mar 17, 2008 at 22:36

Monday, Mar 17, 2008 at 22:36
It's worth what someone is prepared to pay.

Plenty of owners have sold for what they initially paid, with prices going up and a huge demand & waiting list your in a good position to do the same.

The F250 is a vehicle in demand also, depending on year, klms and extra's it could sell for anywhere in the high 70's to 90's some are even listed at 100k +

I sold my last set up complete, there are people that dont want the hassle and want to just drive away.

If you dont get any interest from this site then Caravan trader magazine would be my tip.
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Mick & Vickie

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