Sell My Timeshare Or Rent Out The Unused Week?Frequently Asked Questions
You Must Take Heavy Losses If You Sell
If you are looking to sell your timeshare you may be wondering if there are any better alternatives than just getting rid of it altogether and getting out. Yes!
Rather than selling your timeshare off, you can rent out your unused week to other people and cover your maintenance fees and costs with the revenue!
One fact that you cannot escape when it comes to selling timeshares are the heavy fees. If you sell your timeshare you will take a huge loss and not make anywhere near what you paid for it initially due to the fact that 99% of the companies charge hefty fees to sell the timeshare off.
Not only will you have taken a huge loss upon unloading your timeshare, you will be depriving yourself and your family from quality vacations for generations to come. This makes selling your timeshare off a lose/lose scenario all around.
If you sell through us we only charge minimal broker fees, and while we won't charge you the same heavy fees other companies charge you will still be depriving yourself and your family from being able to use the timeshare in the future.
Why pay money to sell it to unload it after you already have it, let us teach you how to use it and maintain revenue for those weeks you are not using.
While we can and do help people sell their timeshares with minimal cost to them, we like to encourage people to rent their timeshare out instead if at all possible.
Renting It Out Allows You To Keep It & Cover Fees!
If you are thinking about getting rid of your unused timeshare because you don't want to pay the maintenance fees for a the weeks you aren't using, but still wish you had a way to keep it you've come to the right place!
At Maintenance Fee Relief, we can aid you in using your timeshare more efficiently by renting your it out to other people during the weeks you don't use it.
That way you can keep your timeshare and use it during the weeks you want to use it and even pass it on to your children for generations to come which is a win/win scenario!