Moderators - if there is a better forum for this question, please move accordingly. Hopefully I posted in the right place. Thanks to the feedback I've received from several forum members, DH and I have decided to put our 2010 Jayco 1207 up for sale in hopes a DIY'er will buy her. In turn, we hope to buy a more reliable pup. My question is this: How do I go about pricing a 2010 pup with water-damaged floor corners? NADA says low retail is $6,850; I don't put much stock in NADA though. If I price it at $4,000 is that still too expensive? I know it's a lot less than comparable/older/smaller pups posted on Craig's List - but they don't advertise water damage either. It's very clean, been well maintained for the time we've had it (new sealant on corners and moulding, waxed, greased, etc.), is a popular floor plan, has brand-new tires as of this summer, and comes with everything standard on a 1207, including the indoor/outdoor gas stove, 3-way fridge, 23-gallon freshwater tank (sanitized, btw), hot-water heater that has never been used, awning/screen room, etc. That said, it does have water damage in two of the road-side corners, from where water entered. Those corners are hidden inside storage bins, but we cut up the linoleum floor to access it and help the floor dry. The wood is a bit softer in those areas. We haven't noticed any floor dampness since a year ago when we first found it and resealed. The main floor where you walk is hard. We live in MI. Any suggestions on how to price a newish pup in this condition? Many thanks.