We can not afford to keep our motor home – we owe more than it is worth – we need to know what the penalties would be to turn it back to the lendor – we would pay the difference in what they could sell it for and what we still owe on it. We do not want to stiff the lendor just get rid of the motor home. How do we do this? We do not want to end up with bad credit. We do not know the steps to take to do this. Anyone out there that has gone thru the same thing? We would appreciate any advice.

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  • Brook

    April 18, 2016

    You don’t want to turn it over to the lender. It will be a repossession and it will still be a negative impact on your credit rating. Your lender doesn’t want it either.Your best option would be to try to sell it. Call your lender and let them know you can’t afford it. See if they’ll work with you by suspending your payments for a month or two while you try to sell it.Good luck!

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  • Caf Mocha Valencia

    April 18, 2016

    scott is correct.

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