RV Living Plan

Whether you are 20 or 80, you can decide to live in an RV full time. People may do this to save money or just for the fun of it. You can get out of debt much quicker if you don’t have to put out $700 or more on a mortgage and hundreds on utilities.

You can purchase a new or used RV from Leisure Time RV – but when you are ready, be sure to walk through several floor plans. You’ll need to pick one that will fit your lifestyle. And, if you are younger and plan to have a family, you should get something that is big enough for the family unless you want to upgrade later.

Once you decide to live in the RV full time, you have to decide how long you want to live in it – a year, six months, forever. You’ll also need a plan for when you want to stop living in the RV. You can plan to buy a house, rent or even build.

Some people travel for a bit, and then buy a piece of land and set the RV up on the land. You have many options. If you work from home or are retired, you have many more options: You don’t have to stay in one place.

Staying in One Place

If you stay in one place, you’ll need to shop around. Long-term RV living in a park could cost as much as a house per month. Locate a park with reasonable fees. Don’t forget to add in the utilities if the park charges for them separately.

Moving Around

Moving around may be economical, however, you do have to watch your gas consumption. Again, you could spend as much as you would on a mortgage or rent if you are not careful. Many RV parks limit the number of days you can stay. If you plan things right, you can stay for the full number of days in one before you move on to the next park.

Choose a park close to the park you are currently in to save gas. If you want to head across country, just pick a park that is a bit farther in the direction you want to go.

Planning ahead can save you money, and that includes planning on what type of RV you want before you visit Leisure Time RV.

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