Whether you just don’t use it anymore or you are sick of the never-ending, ever-increasing maintenance fees, the time has come to get rid of your timeshare. Most owners look to selling their timeshare first, as a way to recoup some of their original investment. However, the low ratio of buyers to sellers has depressed the re-sale market to a point where many owners cannot find relief from their timeshare ownership. To add to the frustration, there are countless timeshare scams and deceitful timeshare listing and relief companies that have emerged to prey on desperate owners. Thankfully, there are legitimate options out there. Read on to find out how you can finally find relief from your troublesome timeshare!
Donate for a Cause works as a broker to list your timeshare, negotiate pricing, and complete the legal transfer of your timeshare to a new owner. We do all of this on a commission basis just like a traditional real estate transaction. We encourage our customers to donate some or all of the proceeds to local or national charities, and we even match their contributions dollar for dollar as an incentive. If there is still demand for your timeshare on the resale market, using a broker on a commission basis is a safe and headache free way to get rid of your timeshare.
Timeshare rescue companies (also known as timeshare relief companies) generally charge between $1,000 and $6,500 to liquidate an unwanted timeshare. This is an option for timeshare owners who have properties in very low demand on the resale market. Our sister company Timeshare Specialists, Inc. offers liquidation services that are guaranteed to transfer your timeshare to a new owner. Just like our brokerage option, you’ll never pay an upfront fee, money will only change hands after your property has been legally transferred out of your name.
Timeshare listing companies usually charge a fee (anywhere from $60 all the way up to several thousands of dollars) to list a timeshare in a number of online and print publications in the hopes of finding a new owner for the timeshare. While the concept of listing a timeshare for sale might make sense, the listing company has no real incentive to sell a timeshare. In fact, not selling the timeshare is beneficial to a listing company because they will receive listing dues month after month, until a timeshare owner is too frustrated to continue to pay them.
The best exit solution is depends on your particular property. For an honest assessment of your ownership please use our submission form to the right or call us today at 1.877.822.2873.