The availability of a good, USED molded FG trailer is more about luck, rather than any economic trend. I looked for a Trillium
for almost a year, finally drove 625 miles ONE way to get one. About three weeks later, one popped up for sale
in my market... Go figure. But that was two years ago, and I have not seen one again in my market.
So I would not wait. I would look aggressively, and if one nearby pops up, POUNCE. Now driving 625 miles one way, thats pretty extreme.....
Now I can picture a flood of used stickies. Then again, they depreciate so fast, owners may be so far upside down on them, they will be stuck. Some people take loans as long as 10 years, others as long as TWENTY YEARS. How do you sell a trailer when you are way, way, upside down on it? Not sure about that one. The molded FG market is a pretty unique, niche market.