Promoting the Timeshare
Regardless of what you might read online, it is not impossible to sell a timeshare. These sites can help you market your timeshare available at No Cost or for a low up-front charge:
Craigslist (complimentary )
tug2.com ($15/year membership)
Redweek.com ($59.99 — $125)
We would suggest registering for all websites to get a higher prospect of selling and offering to cover the closing costs and transfer fees upon completion of the sale. Some owners even offer you a $1,000 gift card together with the sale to help sweeten the offer.
Watch out for timeshare resale companies that are looking to charge a top up-front fee to offer your timeshare. Normally, these companies charge a top up-front fee and then claim to”market” your timeshare on their site. Their elevated up-front fee is seldom a fantastic value for the total amount of exposure you’ll receive on their site. You will probably be better off with Craigslist, Ebay, Myresortnetwork.com, tug2.com and Redweek.com to promote your timeshare available for a minimal cost or free.
It could take a while, however purchasing the timeshare, even for $1, is obviously likely to be much better value compared to hiring an lawyer to try to offset the contract to you. It’ll be more work however.
A few things which will impact your likelihood of promoting the timeshare are the kind of timeshare you have, its location and if the timeshare is paid in full. Should you still owe your timeshare, it is going to be challenging, maybe impossible, to sell it somebody else. Should you possess a desired week in a desired place such as Hawaii, then you may have an easier time getting rid of it than state if you have in a hotel in the middle of nowhere in Nebraska. The hotel developer brand may also be a variable.