What Happens To My Timeshare After I Die?

Personal Property Timeshares and Probate

What happens to your timeshare after you die depends on which type of timeshare you have. Timeshares fall into two categories: Real Property Timeshare Interests and Personal Property Timeshares. Both types have their advantages and disadvantages.  

Personal Property Timeshare, also called “Right to Use,” is when you purchase a membership (interest) in a timeshare company. You can use this membership to stay at any of the timeshare properties around the world, usually for one to two weeks at a... Read the rest of this entry »

Westgate

Like everyone else, we (my husband and I) were fooled and lied to, forced in buying Westgate Timeshare.

We have one child currently in college and another one going to college soon. We couldn’t afford to pay our monthly dues any longer and now We are afraid that when it’s time to apply for Parents Plus Loan for our kids we would not get approved due to Westgate/Pinnacle will report to credit bureau. Is that really the case?

Please advise. Any suggestions?

- Eva


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Timeshare Buy Back Programs

From Large Companies To Smaller Resorts, Find Out If A Buy Back Program Is For You

Owning a timeshare may also include a buy back program.

Currently 9.2 million Americans own at least one timeshare and at exponential rates many of these owners are looking for viable ways to release their timeshare ownership without serious financial repercussions. Owning a vacation destination within a saturated market makes resale a limiting option, but there are... Read the rest of this entry »