When it comes time to sell your lodge, you want to make sure that you are getting not just a fair price but a fast, trouble-free sale with some expert help along the way. In this guide, we will teach you how to get the most out of your lodge sale. We Buy And Sell Lodges, so you can be sure that you are in good hands!
Facts you need to know before selling your lodge
If you’re thinking of selling your lodge, there are a few things you need to take into account. Firstly, the size of the lodge – the width and length. Secondly, the make and model. And thirdly, the age of the lodge. All of these details will help us to decide if the lodge is one that we would like to purchase from you, and if so, help us to arrive at a fair price.
If it’s still on a park, what time limit do you have before it needs to be sold and have you consulted fully with the park owner? Is there anything still owed on the lodge? Are there any modifications to it or any faults or problems you’ve experienced with it? We are less likely, for example, to be interested in purchasing a lodge which has major modifications.
The price you paid to buy the lodge if it’s on a park is likely to be much higher than the price you would have paid to buy just the lodge. This is because it was sited on the park and you are likely to have been paying more to reflect the features and attractions of that park. This means that in terms of your expectations, realistically you are likely to be offered less for the lodge when selling a lodge off site (also it’s age will affect the price).
So taking all of these factors into account will help you get an accurate valuation. If you’re selling your lodge off site, then you may also need to factor in the cost of removal and transportation. If you’re selling your lodge to any dealer, they will be looking at all of these same factors when calculating a price.
Avoiding the pitfalls of selling a lodge
When selling your lodge, it’s important to be aware of the potential pitfalls that can arise. One common pitfall is selling your lodge off-site without first talking to an established dealer. This can often lead to time-wasting enquiries, and low offers. Another potential pitfall is advertising your lodge in local papers or online without thinking about how you’ll deliver the lodge to the buyer. This can often result in unexpected costs and logistical difficulties. Finally, if you plan to sell your lodge to a private buyer, it’s important to be aware of the potential for complaints or changed minds. Offering viewings of the lodge before it’s sold can help to mitigate this risk. By being aware of these potential pitfalls, you can help to ensure a smooth and successful sale.
How to find the right buyer for your Lodge
When it comes time to sell your twin unit lodge, you want to make sure you find the right buyer. Selling off site can be stressful and time-consuming, so it’s important to find a trusted dealer who operates nationally. Look on their website to find out what the process is and see if it’s a good fit for you. Then, contact the dealer and tell them about the lodge you have for sale. Make sure you have recent photos to send, as this will give them a better idea of what they’re working with. With a little research and effort, you can find the perfect buyer for your lodge. Lodgetastic is an experienced, leading dealer for off site lodges. We buy and sell lodges nationally and we offer a very straightforward and fair process if you’re looking to sell your lodge off site. We don’t guarantee to buy all lodges but if your lodge is in good condition and is something we know our customers will be interested at the moment we may be more likely to talk to you about buying your lodge.
The process of selling a Lodge
If you have a lodge to sell, visit our ‘Sell Your Lodge‘ page and follow the simple instructions.