Marine financier offers online NADA access

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Priority One Financial Services is offering its dealer partners free online access to NADA's used value guide.

The guide offers a comprehensive spectrum of benchmark pricing data that consumers and professionals from various industries use to help buy, sell, trade or shop for vehicles that include RVs, trailers, boats and motorcycles.

“Most of our dealers are currently paying to access NADA’s online vehicle pricing guide or paying for the quarterly books to perform their bookouts, so we wanted to take that cost burden away from our valued dealers,” vice president of lending Lorraine Mariotti said in a statement.

Priority One dealers will be able to determine values on units at any time through a link to nada.com on Priority One’s exclusive dealer resource center.

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