Purchasing a timeshare for the first time can be very confusing. The timeshare industry seems to have a language of its own, and many people tend to feel a bit overwhelmed when it comes down to deciding whether to get a fixed week... Read the full article
Understand the contract.
It is easy to sign a timeshare contract, but it may be hard to get out of one. Make sure you understand all of the terms. When do you get to use the property? Do you get the same property every time? What... Read the full article
With a timeshare you purchase rights to use the property, typically on an annual basis. There is a recurring, and predictable, cost associated with timeshares in the form of maintenance fees. The fees are paid to either the developer... Read the full article
Timeshares have a bad reputation. The bad reputation comes from high pressure sales tactics that push timeshares on buyers who are not a good fit. Timeshares do not work for everyone, for some it is the only way to vacation. Timeshares... Read the full article