Don't take the chance of selling a dirty RV. Nothing will turn a buyer away from your vehicle faster than an unclean appearance. It does not matter what the age, mileage or the retail value of your vehicle, your motor home should be neat and clean in its appearance when showing it to customers. If there is a line of ants of trailing out, your customers will surely move away from there. Always go through your RV from a buyer's point of view. This is really important. Only then you can guess the pros and cons of the vehicle. Cleanliness is important not just only inside the vehicle but also outside of it. Give a good scrubbing outside of the vehicle. A pressure washer can make this job much easier for you.
Focus your attention on manageable repairs. When it comes to resell your RV, it can be a bit tricky to know, which upgrades or repair can increase the value of the vehicle or which will just simply eat into your profits. There is no such hard and fast rule to repair each and every part of the vehicle before putting it for resale. It is a good idea to avoid making major investment in the vehicle like replacing transmission etc. These types of revenue do not generate any additional revenue. Rather than this, you should focus on manageable repairs and upgrades which will help the RV show better.
Don't go for reselling your RV at the wrong time. The prices of RVs tend to be high during the time of spring and early summer. This is when you put your motor home for sale. To avoid the months around tax time, don't put your RV in the market during the time of winter. You will get less internet access and the prices will tend to bottom out. Therefore, whenever you put your RV for resale, try to do it during the middle of the month as buyers become more cautious with cash towards the beginning and end of each month.
Finally, if you assume that you can sell RV for cash yourself and it is the best way to go, then you are completely wrong. Selling vehicle through dealership may result in low net profit. However, this is not true at all. Dealership have its own marketing departments, qualified and professional sales people, advertising budget and most importantly a market reach that most of the RV owners don't have. You don't need to fix appointments with buyers. The dealers will assume the risks during the selling process.