Arizona RV purchase. I signed a contract, they kept delaying delivery because financing was not being approved. Then they said I was declined, but then they said if I put down more money ($40k more down) I would be approved. I finally said no. They then came back the next day and said ok they will do the original deal. I have never taken delivery (its scheduled for Friday). Can I still cancel the contract?
Since we thought the other used RV was not going to happen, we started looking again. We found another one for less money and less down ($50k less) much better deal. Can we get out of the old deal and go to the new one? I had a $5k deposit on the first deal. Will I see that ever returned?
Again we had a signed contract from the RV show weeks ago. A portion of that contract is attached.
no, they verbally told me we were denied. the original delivery was scheduled for tuesday 2pm. he called to tell me we were denied. said he would try again if we could put more down, or if we would accept larger interest rate and a ballon.
when we left the lot BEFORE signing they said i was approved. a few days later they come back and ask for more proof of income. i send it. then we schedule delivery for tuesday. monday they say i am good to go for delivery. then tuesday day i am to get delivered they say i was declined, but he can go back and ask if putting more down would get me approved. then he came back (all of this was on ph calls) and said $40k more down on top of the $60k would work. i said no, and lets cancel if they cant approve the orginal deal. then next day he said he pulled strings and got the deal done at original terms. I do not see any clause in the contract about not being final until we are approved. the contractis a retail installment sale contract
yes they have agreed to finance under original terms.
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