Don, sorry to hear that you have to sell. Its always a sad day.
I have not sold a bus yet but can give you some insight from a buyers perspective who's never owned a bus before.
We used eBay to get an idea of what things were selling for and what they were worth. Most of the buses that we called about and looked at were on craigslist. Also spoke to a couple people from this board that informed me they were selling.
Make sure you have nice, clean good pictures. Don't take a pic of the sink in the galley, show the whole galley. Don't take a picture of the living room with clothes all over the place, and don't take a pic of the generator with a pile of tools on the ground next to it
Don't make a list of all the things that are wrong with the bus. Keep the description simple and focus on the good stuff and the main points, engine, paint, good tires, well maintained. Then have them contact you for a detailed document with all the details. This way you will get interested parties contacting you directly and you can speak to them directly and figure out how serious they are.
The woman often has a big say in the purchase. Cater to her. I cannot tell you how hard it was to get my wife interested in a bus that would have a simple issue like a leaky sink(that was easy to fix) but because the owner was trying to be so honest he scared her away telling about the problems instead of showing her the closet space a big bathroom with the tile floor.
Talk about the issues to the man, not the woman.
If you have used this site or any other to document issues, projects, upgrades to your bus, mention it. I learned alot about a few of the buses (and the owners) on these boards before I even saw the bus. That was a big plus.
Hope this helps and wish you the best and hope you get a good chunk of change back.
1984 Eagle Model 10S