My Advice On Selling
What I Did To Sell My Timeshare & What Works Best
This is how I sold our timeshare and avoided a few scams in the process. We weren't using our timeshare much anymore and figured that it was time to get rid of it. Also, the economy has put a crunch on our finances – forcing us to cut back wherever we can.
My wife and I talked it over for a few days before I started looking for a way to sell. After we agreed that we wanted to sell, I started looking for answers.
The first thing I did was to call the resort and try to get my questions answered. But instead of answering my questions, they were a little rude and short with me. It could have just been the person I spoke with or perhaps the resort isn't interested in helping owners sell their timeshares.
Nontheless, I took my search elsewhere. I called up a few friends who live over on the East coast. Only one of them had a timeshare and he had never tried to sell it. So even though I was able to catch up with old friends, I didn't get too many questions answered about how to sell.
That night, I felt like selling was going to be too much work. But before I went to bed, I sat down on the computer and pulled up the Internet.
I found a website called www.selltimeshareweek.com and it helped me figure out the value of my timeshare.
So I punched in my information that night and went to bed.
The next morning, I woke up and ate breakfast with my wife. We received a telephone call from that company a few hours later.
Surprisingly, they were extremely helpful and polite on the phone. They gave me some advice on selling and also said that they could help us directly too. I ended my call with the man and talked with my wife about it.
We're still not sure what we're going to do yet, but that website we found really helped us figure out what we've got ourselves into.