Grandview Las Vegas – Is It Worth It?


If you attend a timeshare presentation at the Grandview at Las Vegas resort, and decide to purchase a timeshare, your price will be different depending on what stage of the sales pitch you ultimately gave in. If you decided to buy while you were still with the initial salesperson, you can expect to pay anywhere between $10-$30,000, depending on the size of the room, years you have the right to use (whether it is every year, every other, every third, etc.), and depending on your negotiation skills. If you held out until you were passed off to another,... Read the rest of this entry »

Do I Need a Lawyer or Broker to Sell My Timeshare?

Cancun Mexico TimeshareWhether you are considering selling your timeshare 'for sale by owner', or have already found a buyer for your time share property (in which case - congratulations), there are a few legalities you will need to consider before closing the sale. In either case, you may be wondering whether or not you need a lawyer or broker to complete the transaction. Timeshare is often considered to be tangible real estate, but it is not subject to many of the rules and regulations typical for traditional real estate property. Therefore,... Read the rest of this entry »

RCI Timeshare Complaints, Positive and Negative Experiences

Reviews on RCI timeshare ownershipThere are a number of sites on the web that RCI members use to voice their complaints about past experiences they have had with RCI. A majority of these issues have to do with the inability to trade weeks once they are deposited. The inability to exchange weeks for vacations at other resorts is exactly the same problem that the class action lawsuit, Murillo vs. RCI (which is currently in the discovery process)... Read the rest of this entry »