Timeshare Frequently Asked Questions
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- How much is my timeshare worth?
- How do you calculate my timeshare offer?
- Do you charge an upfront fee to sell my timeshare?
- Do I need to hire a closing company?
- Do I need to speak with my resort before I move forward?
- What is the “First Right of Refusal”?
- Can I still receive an offer if I have a mortgage?
- What if I am behind in my annual maintenance fees?
How much is my timeshare worth?
A timeshare’s value is dependent upon a variety of factors and market conditions. The resort, location, week/points, and unit size are just some of these variables. A timeshare’s worth will also depend on current market sales prices and values.
How do you calculate my timeshare offer?
At WeBuyandSellTimeshares.com, we look at every timeshare on an individual basis.
When calculating your timeshare offer, we take into account your ownership details, current sales prices, and other market conditions. Ownership details will include the timeshare brand, resort, location, unit, and more. We will also look at current purchase offers for comparable timeshare resales on WeBuyandSellTimeshares.com.
Do you charge an upfront fee to sell my timeshare?
In most states, it is illegal to charge an upfront fee with a promise to sell a timeshare. It is important not to confuse this type of action with the act of paying for an advertising or transfer service. At WeBuyandSellTimeshares.com, we ensure that every transaction is handled correctly and lawfully. For many of our services, customers are charged at the time the service is rendered.
Do I need to hire a closing company?
We work with a bonded, insured, licensed, and underwritten full service title company, Timeshare Closing Services, Inc. Specializing in timeshare transactions since 1999, Timeshare Closing Services, Inc. assists with all of our timeshare closings.
Do I need to speak with my resort before I move forward?
WeBuyandSellTimeshares.com will work with your resort on your behalf. During the closing process, Timeshare Closing Service will notify the resort and satisfy the first right of refusal clause. Once the timeshare has been transferred to the new owner, you will receive notice by mail.
What is the “First Right of Refusal”?
The first right of refusal (FROF) is a policy included in your timeshare deed or contract. It states that should you decide to sell your timeshare, the resort holds the right to purchase the timeshare instead. It is rare that the resort presents a purchase offer, but if they do it would be at the same sales price.
Can I still receive an offer if I have a mortgage?
We work with almost every timeshare and resort. If you have a mortgage on your timeshare, we would be happy to review your ownership details to see if it is something that we can work with.
What if I am behind in my annual maintenance fees?
If you are struggling to pay your timeshare maintenance fees, there has never been a better time to discuss selling your timeshare. WeBuyandSellTimeshares.com can discuss with you how to move forward and release yourself from this obligation. Call us right away at 855-609-4438.
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Have a question?
Our team of experienced professionals is happy to answer your questions concerning timeshare resales and the closing process. If you have additional questions not included in our FAQs, please contact a representative at 855-609-4438. We would be happy to assist you.