At that budget point, you tend to find older campers that need a lot of work. It won't typically be just cosmetic. Scamps that size tend to be more plentiful (but not common). Inspect carefully, and understand the weaknesses each individual brand and model can have.
You may be able to find an older Scamp
13 that will be in better condition. Bolers and Trilliums tend to cost more. Check sold
listings on FG RV for sale
web site. They don't list the actual sales price, but typically they sell for close to asking price.
I looked for my Trillium
for about a year, and drove 625 miles one way to get it. Solid unit but it had been neglected for 20 years. Was not towable when I bought it. Took temporary trailer lights
and new tires/wheels before I could depart. But you never know one might pop up closer!!
And the money "saved" by obtaining one at a lower price may be spent on repairs. I am a big fan on used units knowing how it is stored when not in use. Left neglected and outside can create more issues. I've got 200 to 300 hours into repairs on my Trillium
and I am not done yet. I have used it camping, so its pretty usable. Right now I am working on house repairs, so the trailer is waiting its turn.