Buying an Airstream is not unlike investing in a second home, which is why we offer qualified customers financing terms of up to 20 years. In some cases, the interest can even be tax deductible, similar to how it would be for a more traditional a second home (check with your tax advisor to see if your financing qualifies).
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Nothing should stand in the way of your Airstream dream coming to life. That’s why we’ve made it even easier to secure a great rate on financing you can trust. Airstream Financial, powered by Bank of America, is designed to make the financing process quick, simple, and easy – it all happens at select Airstream dealerships.
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Why Bank of America?
Airstream Financial, powered by Bank of America, is a partnership between two iconic, trusted American companies. Bank of America is also one of the top five largest banks in the world. Qualified customers will have access to RV financing that saves time and take the stress out of purchasing a new travel trailer or touring coach.
How is RV financing similar to home financing?
While Airstreams are on wheels like a vehicle, the investment itself is more like a home than a personal car. Most Airstreamers prefer long-term financing similar to a mortgage because it allows them to spread out the cost of their investment as they enjoy it in everyday life. Some potential perks of long-term financing are lower interest rates and lower monthly payments.
Can I apply for Airstream financing online?
Airstream Financial empowers Airstream dealers to offer you smart, easy financing options powered by Bank of America. Because you’ll obtain financing directly from your dealer, you’ll also apply with them. Use our dealer locator to find your nearest Airstream dealer and get started.
What kind of financing do you offer?
Airstream Financial, powered by Bank of America, is offered through simple interest contracts with no prepay penalty and terms of up to 20 years.