3 Things You Can Do To Exit A Timeshare Agreement

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More than 9 million Americans own timeshares. Some are perfectly happy with their investments and enjoy their vacation spots. Others, however, feel differently. Many owners want to get rid of their timeshares. There are numerous reasons for it, such as location, distance, and health. If you seek to exit your timeshare agreement, here are the three best ways to do it.

1.Offer It On The Resale Market:  Reselling a timeshare is not as easy as selling products on e-commerce websites. You need to do a lot of research to find out if your timeshare has any value on the resale market. The best places to find listings are Craigslist and eBay. www.tug2.com and www.redweek.com are two excellent forums to create social connections and community just for timeshares. In order for you to put your timeshare on the market, you first must pay off the mortgage on your timeshare before listing it online. You’ll get little or no money if you decide to sell your timeshare. Once you find a buyer, you deed that person the property. From here on, he/she will be responsible for the fees.

2. Contact Your Timeshare Directly: Another tactic to try is contacting your timeshare management directly. Tell them having this timeshare with all of the issues you have been experiencing, was not you’re understanding when signing up. If your timeshare experience has been the opposite of what you have been told by the salesperson when signing up, I would inform the timeshare company and ask for your contract to be terminated. 

3. Contact A Company To Help You Exit: If you absolutely cannot bear to deal with the timeshare companies alone, then you should contact an exit company that specializes in timeshare exits. You need people who can help you exit an unwanted timeshare legally, safely, and permanently. Some companies do provide a free consultation to learn more about the exit process. If you go this route, look for a firm that has been in business for more than 5 years. Look for an A rating from the BBB. Research the company. Read forums to see how they’ve handled complaints. The longer the company has been in business, the easier it is to find out how they’ve handled complaints and how they have helped people exit. Once you find a good company, contact them and legally exit your timeshare for good.

You have a better chance of withdrawing yourself from the agreement with proven results if you employ a highly rated timeshare departure business like Forza. Our team is well aware of how desperately you want to get out of your legally bounded agreement. Don’t worry, we’re here to assist you in any way possible. Get in touch with us right now to find a solution to your timeshare issues.

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