Lots of education, preparation, accurate representation and proper execution! Random efforts are unlikely to yield you positive results. Likewise, committing to a single strategy or resale company can limit your success. There are a number of proper steps to follow to successfully sell your timeshare. Such as, initially performing a realistic evaluation of what you own through appropriate analysis and acquiring the necessary knowledge and ideas to adopt a safe and effective advertising plan and selling techniques. These steps are critical to being able to properly sell your timeshare in today’s saturated resale marketplace. In addition, you should be aware of what is required for document preparation, determining what will and will not transfer to the new owner, coordination with developers, evaluating contracts, and the title and closing process and requirements.
Awareness and knowledge are of prime importance! Learning how to recognize the timeshare resale scammers’ gimmicks and hoaxes to be able to walk away before it’s too late. Plus, acquiring an ability to properly select the right resale companies. Finding out what to watch out for in listing contracts, sales proposals, and other key considerations to ultimately be legally and financially guarded when looking to unload your timeshare. We can help you with all of this!
There are many considerations, possibilities, and responses to these frequently asked questions and the varying relative circumstances. This possibly safer relinquishment option of deeding your timeshare back to the developer may be an opportunity for you, but if so, it can be fairly tricky. Learn more about potential ways to pursue this option with your developer when a possibility!
A timeshare exit is the process to cancel all legal and financial obligations related to a timeshare that you have purchased. The process will remove your timeshare mortgage, your annual maintenance fees and any special assessment fees that you owe to a timeshare resort, (and the financial institution that holds the mortgage, if there is one). In return, you will forego ownership of the timeshare and any future rights to use it.
Most state laws have timeshare cancellation rights, known as timeshare rescission periods after you sign your contract. This period of time varies from state to state, but is typically between 3 – 7 days. You resort was required to disclose this period of time to you at the time of purchase. To find the period, review the paperwork that the resort provided to you at the time of purchase.
Yes, however canceling your timeshare after the state’s rescission period requires more than just a written notice to the resort. The process is much more involved, and best approached with the knowledge and experience of a timeshare ownership advocacy organization, like Omni Ellis. Feel free to give us a call for your free consultation to learn more about it!
We do not sell or rent your timeshare. We are a transfer company that disposes of your timeshare title. Our process is an immediate separation between you and your resort group. This is an exit solution that will stop all payments and fees!
We work with resorts based in the United States, Mexico, Europe and the Caribbean. Canadian and non-U.S. residents who have a timeshare resort located in the USA are eligible for the cancellation program. We also handle all timeshares located in foreign countries that are owned by U.S. residents.
We can work with more than one resort. Special pricing may be available for two or more cancellations paid for at the same time.
No problem, we can work with you and free you from almost any timeshare or vacation club located in the United States, Mexico, Europe and the Caribbean.
THERE ARE NO HIDDEN FEES. Our cancellation fee is a one-time fee to our company. Keep in mind that every situation is different, so there may be some filing/transfer fees which vary from resort to resort that you may be responsible for.
*There is no obligation with your Free Consultation, just an informal conversation with our timeshare cancellation experts.