Tree Top Villas Timeshare Experience

[ad#readmore]Below is a reader-submitted story regarding Tree Top Villas timeshare.

Tree Top Villas is the place we purchased timeshare from, and everything that was told to us is a lie from starting to ending.

Here's what we went through:

(1) We told the salesman that we would like to think about it because we live on a budget. With this, he told us about paying it of in terms - he and his supervisor worked it out so we only have to pay $130 a month. This turned out to be a lie because the very next payment we were... Read the rest of this entry »

Donating Timeshare to a Non-Profit

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A reader who is affiliated with a non-profit organization shares their experience with accepting timeshare as a donation.

This is an important read for any timeshare owner, and provides a great deal of insight into issues surrounding increasing maintenance fees and stopping payment.

"I am affiliated with a non-profit organization. We received a timeshare donation week from an individual, not truly knowing what we were getting into.

Our first year the maintenance fees were increased by 20% without our consent. We reluctantly paid the bill, and one of our board members enjoyed the vacation week.

The... Read the rest of this entry »

Hawaii Timeshare Maintenance Fees

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When talking about the value of timeshare, Hawaiian timeshares frequently come up as the example of a timeshare location that is able to hold it's sale value. In light of the fact that timeshares in Hawaii tend to hold their value over time, there has been a lot of discussion as of late regarding rising maintenance fees for these timeshare resort properties in Hawaii.

Hawaiian Timeshares for SaleSome examples I've found recently for resales for Hawaii timeshares include:

Kauai, Hawaii - 1 bedroom floating... Read the rest of this entry »