Timeshares are tempting to purchase. Timeshare salespeople will wine and dine you. They know how to make the timeshares they’re selling sound amazing. However, once you’ve signed your contract and paid your money, you might find that the timeshare you purchased isn’t such a great deal after all.
If you’ve bought a timeshare that you no longer want and are considering timeshare termination, keep reading to discover two reasons it might be a good idea to go ahead and let it go.
It’s Become Too Expensive
When you first purchased your timeshare, you probably weren’t thinking about all the monthly fees you were going to owe. Unless you paid your bill in full, you’re likely having to make a monthly payment plus interest, and interest fees can add up quickly. If you were able to pay your bill in full, you’re still having to pay maintenance fees that often … Read more