Grandview Timeshare

[ad#readmore]My husband and I are just back from a paid vacation to Vegas. I do not think I need to tell you all what happened, but despite having decided to not buy the timeshare, we ended up paying the deposit and signing up. We spent around 4 hours and made a decision that was obviously not right for us.

Although I do not want to solely blame the sales person (we made the decision, after all), but as an afterthought I definitely can say they (yeah, I use 'they' because we had more than one salesmen work with us... Read the rest of this entry »

Timeshare Rescue


Timeshare Resort in Vietnam I have been alerted after reading on various timeshare forums of a potentially hazardous company known as Timeshare Rescue. Timeshare Rescue is one of several timeshare collection organizations, sometimes referred to as title transfer companies. These title transfer companies often appear out of nowhere, offering owners an exit strategy from their unwanted time share for a fee. These are often the only viable option for individuals who have been scammed out of their money in exchange for unusable and unmanageable timeshares that are worthless... Read the rest of this entry »

Baby Boomers Boosting Timeshare Sales

Walk on the Beach
In the early 2000's, timeshare began to lose some of the gains in made in the late 1990's. The 90's were a great time for timesharing, with resorts seeing increases in profitability and property ownership, and it seemed as though timeshare was finally beginning to emerge from the dark cloud of dishonest salespersons, one-star resorts and false promises that tarnished their reputation during the development boom of the 1980's. As of 2000, resort occupancies were down and the values for properties, as well as room... Read the rest of this entry »