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<b>Timeshare Consumer Advisor</b> - Advising Timeshare Owners On Their Options

The greatest misconception most timeshare owners have is that their timeshare contract is a lifetime one. This is not true. Timeshare developers do not really want people to know how to exit their timeshare because their business model depends on keeping owners and their families in the system. Here are a few tips to getting rid of your timeshare.

Renting out the timeshare
This does not exactly get you out of the contract but, at least, it helps in sharing the financial burden. Renting out your timeshare is a good idea but it also comes with some setbacks. Most resorts have renting restrictions. Many resorts actively rent out available inventory. This means you’ll be competing with the resort to find interested renters. Many times, the resort where your timeshare is located would have many empty timeshares available for rent. This depresses the rental rate since the resort is more interested in filling the units than getting premium rental amounts.

Donate it
The responsibilities attached to timeshares can be overwhelming. Many owners think they can donate the ownership of their timeshares. Unfortunately, charities will not accept them. The problem is that your timeshare has an annual maintenance fee, and the charities do not want to pay the fees. You may be able to donate your paid-for week to a charity for their use. Of course, this does not help you get rid of the ownership and future fees. Donating a timeshare is not an effective strategy if you want to make any money out of it.

Pay someone to get you out of the timeshare
This is called a transfer. A timeshare owner simply pays someone to take over their timeshare along with all its responsibility. The individual would then continue the payment of the annual maintenance fee while the original owner of the timeshare is relieved of the burden. It’s a very simple approach but it is important to ensure that you work with an experienced timeshare elimination company. Are you looking to get out of your timeshare contract? Then, speak to experts with a seamless track record. Contact TS Elimination today on 888-559-5660 or

Return it to the resort
Most resorts will not take back the timeshare. Their business model is to sell out timeshare resorts, then collect the maintenance fees in perpetuity. The more resorts they sell out, the more maintenance fees they can collect. It is not in the resorts best interest to take back the ownership. The resorts do not want to pay the fees. Regardless of what you were told when you bought the timeshare, the resort in most cases is not interested in taking back the timeshare.

Sell it
Most owners wish they could sell their timeshares. When you purchased your timeshare you may have been told that someday you can easily sell your timeshare. The honest truth is that it is not easy to sell a timeshare. There are few buyers on the secondary market. Most people do not know where to start. Some check with family and friends. When acquaintances are not willing to buy the timeshare, owners will try a listing company. Beware of these listing companies as they are not always successful. At most, 3% of listed timeshares ever sell. A quicker way out is by using a transfer company.

If you need professional help in terminating your timeshare contract, contact TS Elimination, LLC. on 888-559-5660 or

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Over the years, timeshare management has taken different turns. Today, it is a little more complicated than it ought to be. When you wish to purchase a timeshare, proper research must be done so you have a clear understanding of the commitment you are making.

On the one hand, timeshare salespersons might not explain fully to you how the point system works. On the other hand, perhaps, you simply don’t understand how it works. This article would shed more light on how resorts and vacation club use the point system for their timeshares.

The timeshare point system can get really confusing. This is because it does not have a particular way in which it runs. Different resorts and vacation clubs have different ways of running their point systems. Vacation clubs have points values which they use as currencies. Different vacation clubs have different point values and how they are used.

A point system or club system consists of a number of timeshare resorts and hotels that have grouped together to provide a range of accommodation in different locations around the world. Every resort that joins the point system has its weeks valued and expressed in common currency (point system). These timeshare points can be sold and purchased. Points are flexible and can be obtained according to holiday needs and value of unit desired. Each shareowner has a certain number of points that can be used for different types of accommodations at different times of the year. If you want a large suite at peak tourist season, it might cost you more points than a small hotel room during the slow season. This allows owners to alter their vacation plans from year to year, although early booking is still a good idea.

A misconception people have about points is that you don’t have a deeded property. This is not true. You can have what is called an undivided interest which means you share the overall property with everyone else who owns a property at the resort you’re a part of. If you own a particular unit, you share ownership with everyone who has every other week in that year for that unit only. So, undivided interest is the same as a deeded timeshare except on a broader scale.

Say a one bedroom takes 100,000 each week (12,000 each weeknight and 20,000 each weekend night). A two bedroom takes 140,000 for the week (18,000 each weeknight and 25,000 for each weekend night). You have a choice of how many points you wish to purchase but they will only go so far in this type of system. If you own 280,000 points, you can get two whole weeks in a two bedroom each year or you can get a one bedroom for a week, plus two 5 day excursions taking only weekdays in a one bedroom, plus 60,000 points still left over for a weekend and another night. If you go during less than peak times, your points go even further because the same units go for far lesser points per night.

Point systems also have some disadvantages. If you wish to reserve a high-demand period ( e.g. Christmas, President’s week), you need to call on the earliest possible date to secure your reservation. You need to confirm at some resorts from which you own points as early as 13 months in advance! All others must wait until the 10-month opening reservation date, and by then the week you want may already be unavailable.

The points must be paid for and used in the year received, or otherwise deposited with one of the exchange companies, thus incurring additional fees and rules governing usage.

There are many points-based systems including Marriott, Starwood, RCI, Hilton, Disney, Interval International, Diamond, Wyndham, Worldmark, Royal Holiday Club, etc… Each has its own distinct rules, fees, options, and conditions amongst others. Indeed, the learning curve can be steep! Sometimes, the Customer Service representatives of the program don’t even know the rules. They may simply give you contradictory, misleading or just plain false information. More so, if and when you finally learn, some companies can and do change the rules.

Points-based systems may not allow you to rent out the weeks or nights you have reserved. You may obtain “guest certificates” (usually for a fee of $49. to $59.), but in many cases, their rules forbid you to do so for profit. People who have posted rental ads on web sites have been “caught” and have had their allocated week cancelled. This can result in a lawsuit from the renter who does not get to use the week agreed upon.

If you need help leaving the complex world of timeshares, contact the experts at TS Elimination, LLC on 888-559-5660 or