Timeshare Seller’s Frequently Asked Questions
In most cases you should be able to recover between 30% to 60% of the original developer sales price. Many factors affect the value of your timeshare:
- Management company
- Deeded versus leased property
- Size of unit
Note: Some Resale offices promise a higher resale price; however, they ask for upfront listing fees, appraisal fees and other hidden fees that can effect your overall net. We tell you ALL the details up-front.
Your timeshare is marketed with maximum exposure using the following methods.
- Walk-in Traffic. Our offices are located in high traffic areas for timeshare clients.
- This Website
- Direct mail
- Referral business
- Advertising in specific publications
- Cooperation with other timeshare brokers
- Property Knowledge. Our agents undergo extensive classroom training weekly to keep them at the highest knowledge level regarding your timeshare vacation property.
- Management Company
- Unit Size
- Deed or Lease
Example: A studio in low season in an undesirable location will obviously sell for much less than a two bedroom in a prime location, prime season.
What differentiates identical timeshare weeks at the same resort are:
- Incentives you are willing to give to the buyer. Example: Banked weeks, hotel certificates, sharing of closing costs, etc.
- Seller’s motivation and flexibility.
No, as in most sales, the sale of your timeshare can all be accomplished by mail and faxes.