A Smart Comparison between a Timeshare and Travel Club

Many owners today are trying to get out of their timeshare contracts because of a number of its disadvantages. For those eager vacationers, that doesn’t mean that they will not go into vacation anymore. They are just switching to other alternatives. One of the alternatives for timeshares today which is becoming popular for many vacationers is the vacation club membership. In this article, we will try to compare these two vacationing options and might be a beneficial fact to decide whichever a good choice is.

First, let’s try to look at the initial cost. When purchasing a timeshare at a resort, prices may typically range from $6,500 to $20,000 depending on the location of the units. But you can either have it fully paid or over time. Take note that timeshare units let you own a piece of a property over a specific time. Meanwhile, with a discounted travel club, you most likely pay about $200 to $500 on member’s price range. With this, you can avail a tour on different places, depending on the available location sites.

With regards to the recurring costs, timeshares have ongoing maintenance fees, insurance, taxes and all other fess charging to keep up a good preservation of your asset. These fees may vary from unit to unit because of the amenities and the accommodations that the resort is giving out. With a travel club, you will be maintaining a monthly fee to give you exclusive updates on available tours. Vacation travel clubs also varies on their monthly fees.

Moreover, with a timeshare property, you will be spending the same vacation spot every year. Swapping is also possible but you have to participate on some exchange networks. On travel clubs, they can offer you many different experiences. There are a number of vacation destinations available where all reservations and planning are already been taken care of.


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