Imagine having a guaranteed vacation in one of Utah’s best resorts (with all the amenities) such as Park City’s Marriott MountainSide, Westgate Park City Resort and Spa, or Snowbird’s Iron Blosam Lodge. This is made possible with timeshare ownership, an appealing solution for your yearly vacation woes.
For the uninitiated, a timeshare is a shared resort property with a group of other owners that guarantees an allotted amount of time to vacation there each year. If you’ve ever seen a cool property for sale and imagined what might happen if everyone you know bought it to share, then you already understand timeshares at a fundamental level.
Until now, buying a timeshare has become synonymous with the dreaded sales presentations that go with it. Who has time to sit through a two-hour seminar, complete with high-pressure tactics and restaurant gift cards for each potential resort?
Thankfully, there is a better way to enjoy the benefits of a timeshare without jumping through the hoops: going through private owners. Buying or renting timeshares directly from private owners is making it easier and more convenient than ever to cash in on all the benefits a timeshare has to offer. One online reseller, Timeshare-Resale-Rental.com, offers a huge selection of Utah timeshare rentals and resales for every budget.
There are two ways to use the site, both of which offer amazing benefits:
Resales: If you want all the benefits of your own timeshare at up to 70% off the retail price, then a timeshare resale might be the best choice for you. Buying a timeshare resale means buying a membership straight from the current owner, often receiving many of the same perks. Forget the high-pressure sales pitches and developer fees and move straight to serious long-term savings for luxury accommodations at the destination of your choice.
Timeshare “weeks” are available in the following formats, all of which are available for resale:
• Fixed week – where you get your vacation spot of choice for the same week each year.
• Floating week – where the vacation week is flexible so long as the calendar time at the timeshare is available.
• Flex week – is much like a floating week, only the weeks are confined to specific seasons instead of all year.
Points-Based timeshares are a relatively new system with the greatest flexibility where owners prepay for a certain allotment of points that can be used each year on vacations. These points can be used all at once or split across multiple vacations or even saved for the next year.
Rentals: Renting a timeshare is the perfect try-before-you-buy option for those who want to try a resort out before settling down into a full-on resale of their very own. Renting lets you stay in a timeshare with all the amenities and features when the existing owners can’t use their timeshare that year. This helps cover their upkeep cost, offers you amazing savings (Utah rentals start as low as $450 per week!) and gives you a perfect sneak peek into whether or not a timeshare is right for you.
Whether you are ready to buy a timeshare at your dream destination, or are just shopping for some major savings on your next luxury vacation, you’ll be sure to find great deals from existing owners.
Have you had an experience with timeshares? Comment below with your stories.
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