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But I have the same question about RVs.
I know that if you buy one you can expect to lose money when you sell it -- a lot of money. But I'd still like to know if anyone here makes this a part of their retirement and how they feel about it.

DW and I are planning on living in an RV for several years (maybe more) after FIRE. We're not counting the RV as any kind of investment. It's a depreciable asset, and we're including that depreciation into our budget. That assumes we would want to replace the unit with a newer one after a number or years, or sell it and use the money towards someplace else to live.

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