Timeshare Exit Companies | Best Legal Strategy
The best timeshare exit companies to use to get out of your contract legally are directly through the resort that you purchased your timeshares with such as this Exit Solution, or this Newer Exit Solution by Wyndham Resorts, but not all timeshare companies offer legal exit strategies or programs.
If you are backed in a corner and can't get out of your timeshare contract you may be able to exit your timeshare using a timeshare lawyer who specializes in real estate and property law.
Timeshare lawyers can work wonders to get you out of your contact, but make sure to read our article about timeshare lawyers so that you know not only what questions to ask, but other important information before contacting one. Another great article to read is 10 Reasons To Use A Real Estate Lawyer.
There are a lot of exit companies out there making promises that they can get you out of your timeshare contract with various legal or even illegal strategies, but many lack the integrity to be transparent and honest and upfront with their clients.
Before you use an exit company to get out of your timeshare contract, make sure to check to see whether the company has a bad reputation as a scammer, and also make sure the strategies they use are legal and safe.
How do you check the reputation of timeshare exit companies to see if they are scammers or see if their strategies to get you out of your contract are legitimate?
You can Google the exit companies in question to see what kind of reviews they have, or use the BBB (Better Business Bureau) to see if they are legitimate or a scam and if their strategies have gotten them flagged in the past for illegal exit strategies.
You can exit your timeshare by quitting your maintenance fee payments but not without some pretty hefty consequences.
The consequences for doing an illegal timeshare exit, or breaking your contract with the company you own through are similar to walking away from any kind of house, car or property payments so doing so is not advisable.
You can simply rent out your week on the years that you don't use it rather than exit your timeshare contract if your resort company allows it. This is the best strategy and allows you to keep your timeshare and still be able to use it!
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