You can try! Many of our clients went down that road with no success before they decided to work with us. They found there were three main challenges they were up against:
- If you want to sell your timeshare be aware that it is a crowded field. Go to eBay and look at Timeshares for sale. You’ll find hundreds, if not thousands of timeshare listings, many selling for $1. Yes, you can buy a timeshare for a dollar, but the catch is that you have to assume the maintenance fees, many of which are higher than the retail cost of staying at the resort.
- Remember because you have a deed, this is a real estate transaction. Selling a timeshare yourself is similar to selling your house – you have to know how to navigate the technical and legal processes to successfully get released from the deed and have it legally transferred, along with all the obligations, to a new owner. If it were an easy process everyone would do it and we wouldn’t be in business.
- Finally and unfortunately, because you signed on the dotted line, the resort holds all the cards. They are in control. As a timeshare owner you simply don’t have the leverage to force them to release you and take your timeshare back. But we do. We know how to use the legal system and case law on your behalf, which is why our success rate is so high. And why we are confident enough to undertake your exit process without collecting any fees until we have fulfilled our promise to get you out of your timeshare once and for all.