Typically, RV bill of sale forms are used to confirm the authenticity of a transaction between the seller and buyer regarding the trade or exchange of a recreational vehicle.
Under the agreement, the parties must provide detailed information about the recreational vehicle, their personal information, and their signatures. It is recommended that at least one to two witnesses be present when signing the sales contract to ensure that the document can be verified later.
Additionally, the bill of sale should include a record of the negotiated purchase price, any inspections that were performed prior to the signing of the contract, and the security deposit that was made by the buyer. A state notary and witnesses should be present when certifying a bill of sale for a recreational vehicle.
Bills of sale for RVs: why use them?
When a house on wheels is passed on or sold, the RV bill of sale may be the only document available to the buyer and seller. In addition to providing proof that the transaction has occurred, it functions as an integral part of the legal documentation. A bill of sale form may be required by a majority of states if a legal transfer of ownership of a mobile home is to be accomplished and ownership is to be proved.
How do I sell an RV?
Our detailed instructions below will help you put your RV on the market if you’re not sure where to begin.
Step 1. Prepare your house on wheels
Step 2. Determine the value of your RV
Step 3. List your RV
Step 4. Show your mobile home to the potential buyer
Step 5. Close the deal
Step 6. Sign the RV bill of sale
Step 7. Obtain notarial recognition