Hawaii Timeshare Maintenance Fees

When talking about the value of timeshare, Hawaiian timeshares frequently come up as the example of a timeshare location that is able to hold it’s sale value. In light of the fact that timeshares in Hawaii tend to hold their value over time, there has been a lot of discussion as of late regarding rising maintenance fees for these timeshare resort properties in Hawaii.

Hawaiian Timeshares for SaleSome examples I’ve found recently for resales for Hawaii timeshares include:

Kauai, Hawaii – 1 bedroom floating week, $444 maintenance fees annually. Asking $7,900.00

Maui, Hawaii – 1 bedroom biannual ownership, floating week, $500 maintenance fees every year. Asking $7,500.00.

Kauai, Hawaii – 2 bedroom with 148,100 biannual points, $1234 maintenance fees annually. Asking $25,000.

The cost of upgrading it also getting higher for Hawaii timeshares. At a Maui timeshare some owners have reported paying $4-5,000 to upgrade to a nicer part of the resort.

Only you can decide if buying a Hawaii timeshare is a good alternative to paying for a traditional vacation to Hawaii. A few figures to keep in mind while you make the calculations are as follows:

The cost of a 7 day Hawaiian vacation for a family of 4 is roughly $8000, including car rental costs. Accommodation costs alone will range between $2500-$3000 for a trip to Hawaii, and these figures should be considered when you’re deciding whether or not to purchase a Hawaiian timeshare resale.

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One Response to “Hawaii Timeshare Maintenance Fees”

  1. Timeshare Exchanges says:

    Opening a separate account for your vacation funds is a great way to put away money for a family trip effectively. You have your checking account for daily expenses, and your savings account for emergency or more long-term spending goals in Timeshare Exchanges.

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