Title Insurance for Timeshare

Title insurance in the timeshare industry is similar to title insurance for a home or other property purchase. Title insurance is optional for the buyer of a timeshare in order to protect them from financial loss due to undeclared liens, title defects, overdue maintenance fees, or other issues that may obstruct the transfer of property ownership. It may or may not be necessary depending on a number of factors, which is why it is important to understand exactly what it is and how it works.

Today the timeshare market is full of people who are desperate to sell their properties. Unfortunately,Read the rest of this entry »

Timeshare Deedbacks

We recently received the following submission from one of our users regarding their timeshare property at Orange Lake Resort and Country Club in Florida:

"We bought our timeshare 21 years ago and used it to exchange vacations in other resorts. It was a good experience but now that my wife has passed away and I am older, trying to unload the resort proves difficult. I am willing to surrender my title to the resort but the warranty deed does not say a word about releasing me from all obligations; I have to take their word that after the title reverts... Read the rest of this entry »

Westgate – Blue Tree Orlando

[ad#readmore]We purchased our timeshare at Westgate Blue Tree July 2012. It sounded fantastic. They basically promised us the earth. During the selling pitch they presented us with mounds of paperwork and was told you don't have to read all this just sign and read it when you get home. They did not mention about the 10 day cooling off period.

Destination Club Memberships

When we arrived home I decided to get the brief case full of paperwork out, after hours of trying to read the very small print I said... Read the rest of this entry »