You may have heard that selling timeshare is a great idea and that there are buyers “lined up” to buy your weeks or points. Maybe you have even thought about it yourself but haven’t actually tried to sell your timeshare.
Whether you are looking to sell your fixed week, floating week or points, it is important that you understand how to price your timeshare effectively so that you will get the best value for your investment. If you are unsure, it is always recommended that you speak with our sales team to help you make the right decision.
How to Price Your Timeshare for Sale
The first step in determining the price of your timeshare is to consider the amount you paid when you purchased it and how many vacations you have taken using your timeshare. This will give you a good idea of what your timeshare is worth today.
Another great way to determine the price of your timeshare is to look at what it is currently selling for in the resale market. If your timeshare is a popular one like Disney, Marriott or Hilton, you are more likely to see it on resale sites and in the local newspaper than if it is a less well known resort.
Once you have determined the correct price, you can then advertise your timeshare for sale in a number of places online. These include eBay, Timeshare Users Group, Facebook Marketplace and other similar websites that focus on the timeshare industry.
It is also a good idea to use the timeshare Superlister tool on eBay so that your ad stands out from the rest. Using this tool will cost you an additional $15 but it is guaranteed to increase your chances of selling your timeshare quickly.
When trying to find a buyer, it is important that you do your research and be aware of the laws that govern timeshares. This will ensure that you don’t get ripped off by a company who is trying to scam you out of your money.
There are also some companies that can assist you in getting out of your timeshare agreement without any hassle. These companies will look at the details of your contract and if they think that you are being mistreated, they can legally release you from the contract and allow you to walk away from it.
Some companies will work with you for a flat fee. Others will charge you a percentage of the total amount they recoup from the sale.
Before you decide to sell your timeshare, be sure that it is in good condition and free of damage. This will make it easier to find a buyer who is interested in your timeshare and can afford to pay for it.
It is also important to remember that there are a lot of timeshares for sale on the resale market and that you will need to find an attractive listing for your timeshare in order to attract the right kind of buyers. You will also need to take into consideration your current maintenance fees and mortgage payments so that you can properly price your timeshare in the resale market.