There are several reasons depending on the timeshare and on the travel club.
Differences can be huge. First consider the upfront cost, will you spend more than that in the next 5 years anyway? If you believe you will, then how much must you pay each year (even if you do not use it)? Be sure you know exactly how much the annual fees can change! Make sure that you like the property that you are purchasing in case you can’t trade for something else.
Always try to find a resale they are much cheaper upfront but the fees can still change. If looking at a resale make sure all of the fees are current before you buy it.
Try to find a Company with a lot of inventory at preset prices. The lower the upfront cost the better but look at the annual fees(none would be nice).
Ask for referrals, a good company should have plenty. Always check the B.B.B’s.
Many companies have a cooperate location that deals with the B.B.B.
There are a lot of people trying to sell their timeshare, ask them why?
Be sure you understand the trading system, they are all different?
Any Guarantees? If so put them in writing! Better to be safe than sorry!
Even then there will be fine print! Beware of the old Timeshare game.
Hopefully this will be helpful to you. If you have any questions please let me know.
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