How to Tell if a Timeshare Resale Company is a Scam

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Timeshare ScammersTimeshare resale agents operate the same way as a real estate agent - they get paid only when you sell your property. A legitimate timeshare resales agent will charge a commission after the sale is finalized and take a fee out of the net proceeds from the transaction (which helps to explain why there are very few timeshare resale agents in the business right now with timeshares selling so low). Also keep in mind - there are never any upfront fees or advertising costs to be... Read the rest of this entry »

Florida Timeshare Foreclosure Law

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Florida contains one-quarter of all of the timeshares in the US. Because of the high concentration of timeshare resorts in FL, the legislature felt it necessary to pass a bill to help timeshare owners struggling with timeshare debt. In response to challenges being faced by Home Owners Associations and lenders due to a high number of owners being unable to afford their payments, the Trustee Foreclosure Bill was created. The Trustee Foreclosure Bill will reduce the time and cost for timeshare owners paying late and struggling financially because of maintenance fees. This bill was created with the aim of... Read the rest of this entry »

Hawaii Timeshare Maintenance Fees

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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... Read the rest of this entry »