There are two types of people where it makes a lot of sense to start renting out an RV:
The first type is if you’re considering the RV Lifestyle and are 2-5 years out from retirement, getting an RV and renting it out can be the perfect way to dip your toes in.
Because you’re still working, you probably will only be using your rig a few times a month (and probably not during the week), that means the rest of the time it can be up on a rental site and making you money!
By owning and renting out your RV, you can also start getting familiar with all the systems (electrical, plumbing, mechanical) on your RV before you go take that multi-week trip or go full-time.
The second is if you already have an RV and want to make some money to cover the payments.
RVs are expensive purchases and depending on how much you’re using it, that $800+ payment each month can be a large drag on your finances.
In this course, we’ll cover how much you can likely make renting out your rig and how many people we’ve seen have covered their entire YEAR of payments just by renting out their RV for a month.