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Since 1999 we’ve helped over 70,000 of owners just like you find the perfect solution for their timeshare, and we want to help you too!
To give you a head start, we’ve put together an important FREE guide that gives you the 7 facts you need to know when reselling your timeshare.
- Find out which resale methods really work… and which ones aren’t worth the money.
- Discover ways to protect yourself during the resale process.
- Know the questions you need to ask to find out if a company is legitimate.
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YES! We let our success speak for itself. GiveBackTimeshare and our affiliated companies have assisted thousands of timeshare owners. Our experience and credibility ensure you will receive attentive service from our team of timeshare professionals. Closing is simple. We have partnered with a licensed, insured, underwritten, and bonded title company, Timeshare Closing Services, Inc. of Orlando, Florida. Timeshare Closing Services, Inc. has been handling timeshare closings for more than a decade. Timeshare Closing Services, Inc. will handle the mechanics of transfer of your timeshare to ensure you are free of any future liability.
We know your timeshare is a luxury vacation property that decreases in value over time while you retain liability for rising maintenance fees and taxes. Some resorts may retain value or even rise in value, but these resorts are the exception. The longer you wait to act, the more you chase the value of a depreciating asset. Once you have found the right exit solution and have transferred your timeshare ownership to someone else, you are free and clear of that liability.
Ask questions and make sure you are dealing with companies that have a proven track record. We and our affiliates are those people. We guarantee it.
For each timeshare owner we work with, we evaluate your unique situation, ownership, and goals, in order to recommend a solution that is right for you. For some of the services our company offers, we charge clients at the time that the service commences. That service may come before your timeshare is transferred out of your name, but it will never come before we commence rendering services to you as part of the process to get you out of your timeshare ownership. Some people confuse the idea of paying for timeshare advertising, marketing, or other required services with the much criticized “upfront fee” companies that do not deliver actual solutions. However, the two business models are not the same. Paying for advertising and marketing is often the most effective way to get out of your timeshare ownership, as long as the company providing the advertising and marketing for your ownership offers extensive exposure to potential buyers.
Some timeshares retain a portion of their purchase value. Other timeshares decline in resale value quickly—much like a new car does when you drive it off the dealer’s lot. If you and your family are using your timeshare, enjoying vacations there, then it is very valuable to you. But if you are not using it, or your timeshare ownership commitment is a financial burden, then its value (if any) doesn’t even matter. It is simply one more obligation and worry in your budget.
How quickly you are out of your timeshare commitment depends on the option you choose to get out of your timeshare, and other variables such as the demand for intervals or timeshare points at the resort you own. From the date of your agreement with GivebackTimeshare.com, you will receive your closing paperwork within 7-10 business days. Your documents then must be executed, notarized, and returned to the Title Company. After that happens, your Deed is sent to the appropriate county to be recorded. Once the Deed is returned from the county office, the recorded Deed is then forwarded to the timeshare resort along with any required resort transfer fees for acknowledgment of transfer. Typically, the process takes 8 to 12 weeks, but can happen sooner or in some cases take longer.