$1,000.00 ADVANCED COMMISSION PROGRAM
EARN INCOME WHILE STILL ENJOYING YOUR MOTORHOME
SEE THE TAX BENEFITS & FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
RV Rentals of Orlando's Consignment or Leaseback Management Program is designed to allow current and new RV owners to earn income from their RV while retaining the use of it when they want to go camping. This program is for owners with RV's in excellent condition. This program is perfect for the owner who can't use his/her RV but a few times a year. It's also perfect for RV owners who owe more than the Motor Home can be sold for. Depending on the unit, owners can make an average of over $15,000.00 from rental of their unit. In addition to the income, there are many tax benefits to this program. You supply the RV and we do all the rest. We have the renters and the most stringent screening process in the industry. We maintain the unit, collect the rental fees and damage deposits and send the owner an itemized statement and check once a month.
If you're interested in learning more about this program, e-mail us or call us 407-473-9311 today.
We Consider all Class A & Class C RV's 2006 & newer with extended warranty & a 1 year agreement for our basic rental program. To be eligible for the Advance Commission Program your RV must be a 2010 or newer with an extended warranty & a 1 year agreement.
Below are the reasons we have several owners that have several units in our program. You'll be able to enjoy the following tax benefits:
Deprecation: Most of our customers use a 5 year depreciation schedule for income tax purpose. You can take 52 % during the first 2 years alone.
Expenses: You'll be able to deduct insurance premiums, maintenance costs, and any upgrades you may want on your motor home. Plus, a vacation in your motor home when you want it. These now become business expenses.
Section 179 Deduction: each year the government allows a capital investment purchase that can use an accelerated depreciation schedule for that investment. (For more information, see Publication 946 from the Internal Revenue Service IRS)
It would be advisable to contact your tax advisor or your accountant to explain these tax programs to you.