If you have been offered a price for your holiday home by the holiday park but are unhappy at the valuation you have been given then the next step is to find out what caravan dealers are willing to offer you.
You may find that the price they offer is similar to the price offered by the holiday park, however in some cases you may receive a much better offer. We recommend that you contact at least 2 or 3 seperate caravan dealers to ensure you are getting a fair valuation.
You need to keep in mind any extra charges that you may be liable for when for selling to someone other than the holiday park. If you look at the contract you signed when you sited your caravan or lodge (or when renewing your plot) it will usually have details of any commission charges, etc involved when selling to someone other than the holiday park.
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Ian James Caravans
Established in 1988, Ian James Caravans has become one of the leading static caravan dealers for new and used static caravans and lodges in the UK. They have a showground in Highbridge, Somerset with over 50 new and used models, plus have close relationships with all leading manufacturers and parks.Ian James Caravans
Sunrise Holiday Homes
This website has a short form for you to fill in so they can give you a valuation for your caravan. Sunrise Holiday Homes buy caravans regardless of age, condition and location. They have their own fleet of caravan transporters so can pick up your holiday home from it's current location anywhere in the UK.Sunrise Holiday Homes
This company is simliar to the one above. You can get a valuation of your holiday home from them by filling in a short form on their website. They will purchase holiday homes from any part of the UK and claim to buy any make, age or model. You can also call them if you don't want to fill in the form.CoastToCoast Caravans
You may find that a dealer that offers you thousands more for your static caravan or holiday lodge compared to your holiday park, however when you take in to account the fee for moving your holiday home to the site gate plus any fee's you are charged for selling off-site then you may actually end up with less money than what you would have got by selling the caravan or lodge back to the holiday park.
We understand the frustration people face when selling their holiday homes. Often when buying a caravan it's easy to put the large drop in value that static caravans go through in just a short space of time to the back of your mind. Hopefully our website can help you get that extra bit of money back with the advice that we provide.