Timeshares: The Good and The Bad
No this is not about vitamins. I am just using a site that I already own to talk about timeshares, the good and the bad.
There are good things and bad things about timeshares. So
let’s look at the positives and the negatives.
- High quality furnishings.
- Flexibility in choosing exchange locations
that match your needs and wishes –
want a mountainside, lakefront, oceanfront, wilderness, or city? They are all
- Helps busy people make sure they take
- The high cost of buying new from a sales representative of the company.
- Exchange fees
RCI annual fee if
you want to exchange
- RCI exchange fee
if you want to exchange
- Assessment fees
for unpredicted major repairs
the Good and the Bad
- Never buy a new timeshare
unit direct from the company or developer
- Only buy used
timeshare units in a well-maintained resort
Only buy used
timeshare units in a highly sought after area that will give you maximum
trading power if you want to exchange it – or, for that matter, if you want to
- Only buy used
timeshares that have excellent on-site amenities and/or in an area that
provides close-by desired activities and amenities.
- Never buy a
timeshare in the middle of nowhere – it will have minimal trading power and you
will have trouble arranging exchanges.
Interested in Some Quality Timeshares at a Realistic Price?
I am selling 4 timeshares at realistic prices that are real bargains. They are all in highly sought after resorts with good exchange trading power, are all well maintained and boast resort and/or local amenities.
The first is a large studio in the highly desired Whistler Village.
The second is a 2 bedroom, 2 bath unit steps away in Whistler Village.
The third is a magnificent 2 bedroom, 2 bath condo at Snowbird Utah, near Salt Lake City.
The fourth is for folks who love Hawaii. It is a 2 bedroom, 2 bath condo on the Garden Isle - Kauai - at Princeville.
You can explore each at your leisure. There is lots of useful information.
If you want to explore any or all of them further please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org