Timeshare Points vs. Vacation Clubs


Both timeshare points programs and vacation clubs are sold as deeded and right to use agreements, but it is important to know the differences between the two systems to make an informed decision when buying timeshare and when reselling timeshare

The points system is relatively new within the timeshare community and has gained popularity because of the amount of flexibility they offer the timeshare owner. Each timeshare company has a unique way of assigning and utilizing points, but in this article we will look at RCI and their points system. Points are described by RCI as a... Read the rest of this entry »

RCI Timeshare Ownership


The two most common types of timeshare ownership are "deed and title ownership" and "right to use ownership". "Deed and title ownership" usually refers to timeshares where use of the timeshare resort is divided up in weeks. The fractional owner of any set week in deed and title ownership has rights to that real property and can use the week, rent the week, give it away, or leave it to their heirs. "Right to use ownership" is a type of contract, not an actual deed, and the timeshare owner has the right to use the property in accordance... Read the rest of this entry »