The Caribbean is poised for growth in their timeshare industry. Laws are gradually changing to help timeshare resorts be more reliable and secure for the buyers. Laws are also changing as far as zoning is concerned. Zoning and taxation have been long term problems for fractionals and timeshare shared ownership properties.
Now that those issues have mostly been resolved, the atmosphere is ripe for major developers to continue to build and buy more time share resorts all across the Caribbean.
In the mean time, here are the best selling timeshare resorts there:
Morritt’s Tortuga Club – Grand Cayman
Morritt’s Grand Resort – Grand Cayman
Harborside Resort at Atlantis – Bahamas
Paradise Island Beach Club – Bahamas
Island Seas Resort – Bahamas
Flamingo Beach Resort – St Maarten
Simpson Bay Resort and Marina. – St Maarten
Marriott’s St Kitts Beach Club – St Kitts
ESJ Towers – Puerto Rico
Playa Linda Beach Resort – Aruba
La Quinta Beach Resort – Aruba
This list will gradually change as the resorts get older and owners start selling them. In all likelihood the Marriott timeshare resorts will take over the first and second places as far as resales are concerned once the resort’s owners have owned there for over ten years. That seems to be the average when people start selling their timeshare.