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How To Sell Timeshare In A Week

Updated on July 26, 2008

Are you looking to sell your timeshare?

Sick of paying timeshare fees?

Ready to unload your slice of vacation heaven for some instant cash?

I've been there too! I owned a timeshare in Hawaii. I needed to sell it after losing my job. I'm glad to say I was successful and sold it in just 1 week! Here's what I did and I hope that it can help you too.

  • First, with today's tough housing market you must price your timeshare competitively if you really want to sell it. Start off by checking the prices of other recent sales at your resort, and then ask resale brokers for a pricing opinion on your unit. This will give you a good ballpark price.
  • Second, try inexpensive advertising methods to sell your unit. It's a great idea to advertise your timeshare at your resort, such as on their public bulletin board, club or newsletter. This will get your advertisement in front of renters, very good prospects for your timeshare.
  • Your next step is to speak with a professional timeshare broker to handle the sale of your unit. This was the way I went with my situation and fortunately my broker did a great job in getting my unit sold in just 1 week. My advice would be to work with professional, licensed brokers only and to avoid agents that insist on getting your money upfront.

Stay on the look-out for timeshare scams and cons that can plague this market. A good tip is to avoid any out-of-pocket money and to only work with agents and companies on a commission basis. There was a scam a few years ago in which a buyer would insist that the seller pay for an appraisal using a particular appraisal company in order, after which the buyer would disappear and the seller would be out the appraisal fee. A good tip is to work with timeshare brokers just like normal real estate brokers, holding them to the same levels of professionalism.

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      6 years ago

      Awesome! Sounds like what they are talking about in this video:

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      TimeShare Guy 

      10 years ago

      Lots of people are selling timeshare on ebay these days, you can get a great deal if your looking to buy a timeshare.

      This website brings all of the best deals in the hottest areas together:

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      10 years ago from Iloilo City

      These are great way to sell timeshare in a fast and easy way..I'm pretty sure lots of people who have read your hub are trying out your idea by now.

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      10 years ago

      Indeed a great hub. Your insights on selling timeshare are quite short but precise. Sometimes selling timeshare can be an issue and if one is not careful, he could loose so much and end in tears. Your hub is noted and greatly appreciated so thanks a lot!

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      10 years ago

      Thanks for the great information about how to sell timeshare. Good help for many who are confused with reading news and advice.

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      10 years ago

      I think this is good information, especially since you have already done it. I think the best idea is posting at the location. Thanks!

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      10 years ago

      This has been a valuable read for me. I have been interested in the timeshare business for a while but have always thought it was so complex. This has given me much better insight into the process. Thank you


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      10 years ago

      Thanks for letting me know some information about timeshares because I'm looking into one.

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      10 years ago

      Good advice here. I have a timeshare in NH that I am getting ready to sell, your advice comes at a good time.

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      Kim Ward 

      10 years ago

      Great info for those who would like to sell their timeshare!

      I work in the travel industry, offering an excellent alternative to owning or renting a timeshare.

      Many of our customers are looking for ways to sell their timeshare once they learn about our service.

      After hearing of the cost of buying a time share, maintenance fees, chance of unavailability of their exchange choices, annual membership dues, etc. I certainly understand why.

      I'm happy to be able to share this information with those who are wanting out of their timeshare.

      Thanks kindly,



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