You buy a timeshare with the best of intentions. No more renting hotel rooms for a vacation when you have a timeshare! You may even choose to go away for the weekend more frequently throughout the year since you now own a timeshare. However, your feelings may not always remain the same. Here is why:
The timeshare no longer suits your lifestyle.
Maybe you do not have time to vacation as much as you did when you first got your timeshare. Perhaps you do have the opportunity to vacation more, but your timeshare is rarely available when you want it to be. You might even decide you would rather have a place of your own to get away and relax.
The fees outweigh the benefits.
Whether you use your timeshare or not, you still have to pay the property’s maintenance fees. If there is a mortgage involved with your timeshare, then you are responsible for that fee too regardless of usage.
These are just a few of the reasons you may want to say “Good riddance!” to your timeshare. Since doing this can be tricky, we are here to guide you through it. Just reach out to us for any questions you may have, and to get started!