Question about how to best get rid of a timeshare

Question about how to best get rid of a timeshare

Hello, I have been a lurker for awhile and now have a question that hopefully someone out there can help me with. Two years ago, my husband and I went on a kind of honeymoon trip. While on this mini vacation, with stary eyes we were suckered into purchasing a vacation club membership,

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  1. #1
    jmanders05
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    Default Question about how to best get rid of a timeshare

    Hello, I have been a lurker for awhile and now have a question that

    hopefully someone out there can help me with.

    Two years ago, my husband and I went on a kind of honeymoon trip.

    While on this mini vacation, with stary eyes we were suckered into

    purchasing a vacation club membership, a.k.a. a timeshare. While the

    benefits of club membership are quite attractive, my husband is in the

    military and we are not going to have any opportunities to use this

    membership for about the next 10 years or so. Meanwhile, we are paying

    maintenance fees, etc. So, we would really like to sell it. Looking

    back I know it was not a wise decision to make the purchase in the

    first place, and I don't want to make an equally hasty decision in

    paying a company to advertise it for sale. Every company I have talked

    to charges about $600 upfront to advertise. Has anyone dealt with a

    company that they would recomend? Or have any other advice on this

    topic?



    Thanks In Advance, Joanna








  2. #2
    DGates
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    Default Question about how to best get rid of a timeshare

    You might try to sell it on ebay, yes there are alot of people selling and

    buying timeshares on ebay. My sil has bought two on there.



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