As with most of life’s pressing questions, the answer is: it depends! If you are a skilled renovator or plan to hire a professional, maybe it won’t substantially affect resale.

It is no secret that new motorhomes and travel trailers go down in value as soon as you drive off with them from the dealer’s lot. Unlike a traditional home, RVs will not usually appreciate in value over time.

But if you use your RV often or travel full-time renovations can be worth it—especially if your renovations make your home on wheels fit your lifestyle better.

There are some RVers who actually make a living “flipping” RVs. The key to selling a renovated RV is starting with an older RV that has already depreciated and being able to do  high-quality work that looks professional and cohesive.

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