How To End A Timeshare Presentation – 2020 Edition

Imagine you’re walking along the cushy carpet of a hotel on your vacation, thinking about enjoying a delicious dinner. But before you make the transition from hotel ballroom to revolving door, you accidentally make eye contact with a timeshare salesperson.

He’s like a shark in the water, and his eyes light up as he shoves his card in your trembling hand. He makes his pitch. And it’s good. You know he’s trying to lure you into his presentation with the promise of those sweet, free gifts. 

So you’re thinking about buying (or selling) a timeshare resale. Perhaps you’ve been daydreaming about annual vacations (guaranteed!) to exotic places that are already booked on the calendar, year after year. Maybe you’ve seen a glossy advertisement at a travel agent’s office (are travel agents still a thing?) and can practically taste that sweet Pina Colada.

To decide if a timeshare resale is worth it for you, you have to know your goals, your values and what you hope to get out of the property in the long run.