RV Financing

We’re RV enthusiasts at Trawick Luxury Coaches, and there’s nothing we enjoy more than helping our customers find the kind of fun and adventure that comes with owning a quality luxury coach. If you’re considering financing your new luxury coach, you’re in good hands us. Many RV enthusiasts enjoy the benefits of financing, and we have relationships with lending institutions that specialize in RV financing, making it possible to find a financing package specially designed just for you! Generally, RV financing requires a down payment that is determined by an evaluation of your current credit score, debt to income ratio, liquid assets, etc.

We work with locally and nationally recognized lenders to help create the best possible relationships for our clients and obtain the most favorable terms.


Sebrite Corporation has offered financial services for over 45 years. During the past 40 years, Sebrite Corporation expanded its lending facilities to include RV and Marine lending. Their consumer lending services are currently offered in forty-eight states and the company has financed in excess of $3 billion dollars in consumer loans.

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IncredibleBank started in 1967 as River Valley Bank with a single location in Rothschild, WI. Over the years they grew to 15 locations in Wisconsin and Michigan's Upper Peninsula. IncredibleBank remains a community bank with a focus on providing businesses and residents with top-notch banking products and services.

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Advantages & Benefits

Financing Facts

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About 70% of RV buyers use financing to help fund their purchase so that they can get the coach they want and pay it back at a reasonable monthly rate.


When you finance your purchase instead of liquidating assets or paying cash, you maintain your personal financial flexibility.

Lower Down Payment

Because RV finance specialists know that RVs maintain their resale value and appeal, down payments are typically lower.

Simple Interest

RV loans are simple interest. All things being equal, you’ll come out ahead by paying simple interest on your loan while compounding your investment dollars.

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