Baby Boomers Boosting Timeshare Sales

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In the early 2000's, timeshare began to lose some of the gains in made in the late 1990's. The 90's were a great time for timesharing, with resorts seeing increases in profitability and property ownership, and it seemed as though timeshare was finally beginning to emerge from the dark cloud of dishonest salespersons, one-star resorts and false promises that tarnished their reputation during the development boom of the 1980's. As of 2000, resort occupancies were down and the values for properties, as well as room... Read the rest of this entry »

Timeshare vs. Fractional Ownership


Fractional ownership offers individuals the opportunity to purchase partial ownership at an extremely nice place, most often in a highly sought after resort area. Sounds a lot like timeshare right? There are similarities between the two types of vacation ownership including:

What is the difference between RCI timeshare and fractional ownerships

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  • Can be bought as deeded properties.
  • Can be rented out to others during periods of non-use.
  • Right to share among family and friends.
  • You have the option to sell at... Read the rest of this entry »

Fixed Weeks vs. Floating Weeks


Resorts offer fixed week and floating week timeshares and it is important to know the differences to decide which program best fits your needs.Lake Geneva

Owning a fixed week simply means that you have the right to occupy (or have available for trade or rent) the same week every year. Most timeshare companies offering fixed week ownership will also offer bonus weeks and discounted rates for additional travel. Some resorts that assign fixed weeks will allow you to trade your dedicated week for another.
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