Get Rid Of A Timeshare
Nowadays, it is all too common for timeshare owners to want to get rid of their timeshares and hopefully, without it costing them a small fortune like they paid for it initially. The only problem with this is that it’s all too common for a timeshare owner to want to get out of their timeshare and timeshare laws can make this very difficult to do.
Today’s timeshare market is overflowing with timeshares being sold far below their previously estimated value. Sadly, with the downturn of the economy in recent years, owning a timeshare has become an excessive cost that almost everyone is trying to get rid of. Timeshares are currently being sold everywhere you look; different timeshare forum boards, Craigslist, Ebay and some people are even hiring companies to sell their timeshares for them. If you go on any of these websites, you will see that people are so unbelievably desperate to get rid of a timeshare that they are selling them for mere dollars. This is even more ridiculous if you consider that these timeshares were purchased not too long ago for tens of thousands of dollars and they still are not selling.
Why are people so desperate to get out of a time share contract? With just only three percent of timeshare owners actually making it out to visit their property last year, it is becoming quite obvious that vacations, as well as just owning a time share, is getting too expensive. Now in our current economy, people are looking to dump any additional cost they can, just to be able to continue to provide for themselves and their families. Unfortunately, a lot of people selling timeshares means the price of them dropping substantially. Getting rid of timeshare property is extremely difficult to do. Nobody wants to buy a timeshare right now, and if you don’t believe me, check out any one of those sites that you trust.
Timeshare owners today are dealing with too much, they’ve got maintenance fees, fees that are charged annually usually around hundreds of dollars every single years on top of assessment fees that get charged randomly to every timeshare owner whenever something happens to damage the resort; i.e. an earthquake and that is without warning. Many people cannot afford such charges, now just imagine these charges growing each and every year for life, because they do and will.
Also, don’t forget that people just sometimes outgrow their vacation properties, much in the same way that they outgrow any particular location. You can be sure that you have outgrown your own timeshare if you have: stopped taking vacations, have children who have grown up and no longer vacation with you but have a large timeshare, your spouse has passed away and you no longer wish to return there, or you have just simply found a cheaper vacation idea. Whichever so happens to be the case, you are now in need of some timeshare relief, but there just happens to be one little problem left with your timeshare contract.
What makes a timeshare contract so impossible to get out of is the convoluted way that they are created, making it virtually impossible to get out of a timeshare contract. Due to a perpetuity clause in most timeshare contracts which states, more or less, that your timeshare maintenance fees will continue indefinitely, your family is guaranteed to be responsible for the continuation of payments beyond your death. In other words, timeshares are forever and get passed down from generation to generation until you are able to successfully get rid of it altogether.
The fastest and easiest method of getting out of a timeshare is to enlist the services of professional timeshare transfer companies. One such company is Timeshare Relief, Inc., a company with a guaranteed method for getting you out of timeshares quickly and efficiently with no hassle and no fees that only rack up cost like listing and advertising fees. Timeshare Relief is not a timeshare reseller or timeshare listing company. Their specialty is transferring an ownership title out of your name and relieving you of all future timeshare maintenance fees and related timeshare costs like special assessments, resort fees and exchange fees. In fact, if your timeshare is completely paid off and your timeshare maintenance fees are current and up to date, Timeshare Relief will take over your fees for you so that you can be free and clear of your timeshare once and for all.
David MacMillan is the President/Owner of Timeshare Relief, Inc.