Deed in Lieu of Foreclosure for Timeshare


Mountains in CanadaWhether you are facing timeshare foreclosure, or are looking for a way to get rid of an unwanted time share, a deed in-lieu of foreclosure can be a great option to get rid of your timeshare obligation. It is important to note that a deed in lieu of can usually only be (easily) obtained by an owner that has already paid off the principal balance of the property, whose only remaining financial obligations are yearly/monthly maintenance fees. If you still owe money on... Read the rest of this entry »

Buying a Timeshare Foreclosure – Bargain or Bust?

There is no doubt that you can save thousands of dollars buying foreclosed properties. In most instances, foreclosed properties can be purchased at a public auction for just a fraction of what they are worth. If you are considering timeshare, buying a foreclosed vacation property may sound alluring, but there are many hazards and pitfalls that can make it more of a headache than it is worth.

The first thing you need to consider is - Why is the time share property is facing foreclosure in the first place? Read the rest of this entry »

What Happens if I Stop Paying My Timeshare?

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Timeshare foreclosure and your credit scoreThis question comes up a lot on timeshare forums and blogs, and it can be complicated depending on the exact procedures outlined in your particular contract. There are a few main points that stay the same regardless of whether you have a deeded timeshare or right-to-use, and whether or not you have paid off the entire amount of the timeshare. The following is a description of the steps that will take place if you decide to throw in the towel and... Read the rest of this entry »