Do you have timeshare resale questions? Our timeshare sellers’ frequently asked questions will help you to better understand how to sell a timeshare, rent timeshare, and more. If you’re ready to sell timeshare online, or with the help of a licensed broker, Timeshare Broker Services can provide you with the tools you need for a successful resale.
Whether it’s your first time selling timeshare or you’ve successfully sold before, it is common to have a few questions about the resale process. See below to view FAQs about selling timeshare or Call 877-884-9577 to speak with an expert.
No. Whether you purchased your vacation ownership directly from the developer or through a timeshare resale source, you typically do not have to sell through the resort. Often, those owners who try to resell with the resort are either turned away or placed on a lengthy wait list. Therefore many owners find it more beneficial to sell timeshare with the help of a resale broker, particulary because there are no upfront fees.
Yes, if you lost your timeshare deed you can still sell your timeshare. Once your timeshare has been sold, your title company can order a new deed on your behalf. They will contact the resort or appropriate party to order a deed for the new owner. We can recommend a great title company to assist in your timeshare closing. Call us at 877-884-9577 to learn more about how we can help.
The Right of First Refusal (ROFR) is a condition included in most timeshare sales contracts. When you go to resell your timeshare, the ROFR enables your resort to have the option to buy your ownership at the current sales price. Typically, when a resort is sold on the secondary market, the timeshare seller or resale company will contact the resort to notify them of the sale. While it is rare that the resort will buy a timeshare back, Timeshare Broker Services will contact your resort on your behalf to satisfy this condition.
You can still advertise a timeshare with a mortgage. Many owners choose to add the cost of the mortgage to the sales price, in order to pay off the remaining balance. For those looking to get out of a timeshare with a mortgage, resale may be your only option.
Selling through a real estate broker is not required, however, doing so makes the process much easier and safer for sellers. Timeshare Broker Services handles all advertising and marketing, placing your timeshare for sale before a global audience of eager buyers. Additionally, selling through a broker helps owners avoid timeshare resale scams.
No. Appraisals are not required to sell timeshare, and less reputable companies may try to require costly appraisals in order to sell your timeshare.
A CMA is a tool to help you determine your timeshare selling price. It is simply the value of your unit based on what other units are selling for at your resort at the time. You don’t need an appraisal to determine a timeshare sales value with Timeshare Broker Services. Our brokers can accurately assess your timeshare value before you sell, for no cost to you and with no obligation.
No. As part of its full-service approach to the success of your timeshare sale, Timeshare Broker Services can recommend licensed and bonded title companies that will charge far less than high-priced lawyers. For one affordable flat rate, these companies can handle the closing process from start to finish. The title work is attorney-reviewed and guaranteed to be free and clear.
Have a question about selling timeshare with a broker? Simply call 877-884-9577 to speak with one of our licensed professionals. We are happy to answer any questions about our services and help you sell your timeshare.