Owning a timeshare may seem like a dream. A place where you can go on vacation every year? Why would someone want out of that?
But the reality is, for people who are feeling stuck in a timeshare, that dream can quickly become a nightmare that never seems to end.
There could be many reasons why someone would want out of their timeshare. And through our years of helping our clients, you can bet that we’ve heard them all. But there are really three common reasons that we hear all the time from people who want to get out of their timeshares:
- Frustrated with the Timeshare
You’ve probably experienced this. You’re ready for a vacation with your friends or family, but when you go to book a stay at your timeshare, it’s not available when you want to travel! Well, you’re not alone. It’s the same story year after year for so many others. Plus, those maintenance fees continue to go up and up. So, people get stuck with paying for a timeshare that they never even use.
- Experienced Changes in a Season of Life
Some people love their timeshare and have used it for 10 or 20 years, but it just no longer fits their lifestyle. The kids have left the house, or they’ve retired and no longer have the disposable income. And there are so many other ways to travel and go on a vacation that better fit their new season of life and their budget.
- Inherited the Timeshare in an Estate
This is a growing problem that we’re seeing more and more with people who come to us. Mom and Dad have passed on, and suddenly the kids are left with the timeshare in a will or an estate. It’s an inheritance that they didn’t want in the first place, but now they’re stuck having to pay for it.
Whatever your reason for wanting to get out, Timeshare Termination Team is here to help you. Our process is simple: You’ll talk with an Expert Advisor about your situation, and they will provide you with the road map out of this burden. After that, we do all the heavy lifting for you. It can be that simple.
Don’t waste another moment paying for a timeshare you’ll never use. Request your consultation today.