Selling a timeshare is one of the major thoughts of most owners at the moment after the rising costs of maintenance fees in the last two years. Currently, some timeshare companies appear to be in constant battle with their members over rising maintenance cost. With this, it is evident that most of the owners want to get out of their timeshares.
There are different ways that you can try to get rid your timeshare. First, you can register your timeshare on eBay. With this, you expect that the competition is quite high but the cost is very low and you can make a quick sale depending on your asking price.
You can also register with a resale company. In working with a resale company, look for a resale agent that doesn’t charge upfront fees so you know they need to do some work for you to sell it. Take note that most of these companies are on tight budgets regarding advertising. Or you can try selling it personally to friends or family.
Another one is that you can take your timeshare off your hands as a trade-in against membership to some holiday clubs. This can be a good option if you still like taking holidays but you have had enough of your timeshare.
The last, but not the least, is that you can try consulting a timeshare transfer company such as the Transfer Smart. Timeshare transfer companies will advise you to opt for intelligent exit strategies to get out of that timeshare and eventually cut off those rising maintenance fees.