Here are just a few brief notes highlighting the positive stature of the legalities of having to rid oneself of a timeshare unit that turned out to be a dud or a blatant scam, or better case scenarios then, simply transferring from one holiday destination to another across thousands of miles and at little to no cost to the owner, legally speaking, of course. The timeshare segment of the hospitalities industry is, unfortunately, still riddled with one too many scandals and complaints. Many pleading communications simply cry out loud for agents to ‘get rid of my timeshare‘.
But never mind that. As more awareness is created, the book of complaints will surely be narrowed down. In order to gain a personal impression that is at least helpful, initiates are encouraged to take part in legal representatives’ webinars and online events. These are being run live and in accordance with demand. Previously, people may have been so discouraged and wished to discard their costly unit as quickly as possible. But after sound legal counseling, they may soon learn more and be encouraged to hold on to their units for just a bit longer.
Whichever way you look at it, tangible property is still property. And no matter how high, or low, but usually remaining on the high side, property values go, property is still a prudent investment to hold. The timeshare unit concept is not quite the same as renting a hotel room for the duration of a vocational stay. The unit is owned, and legally, it can be transferred or exchanged for a better arrangement within a more idyllic location. It can be turned into a profit generating tool. But to achieve this ideal successfully, it has to go through all the legal channels ahead.