What Timeshares Do For The US Economy

Grand Timber Lodge Pool Snow Timeshare Discount

Grand Timber Lodge Pool

Once a year Ernst & Young conducts a study of the US timeshare industry for ARDA (American Resort Development Association). They cover every imaginable aspect of the world of timeshares and recently one of the trade publications delved into the impact of timeshares on the economy in the US.

In 2015 the timeshare industry in the United States created “$79.5 billion in consumer and business spending, over 511,000 full and part-time jobs, $28.1 billion in salaries and wages, and $10.2 billion in tax revenue.” (source)

What about YOUR economy?

Summer Bay Timeshare Resort

Summer Bay Timeshare Resort

Using a timeshare for your vacation could save you a huge amount of money. This would you enable you to take vacations more often, expand your travel choices, and leave you more of your vacation budget for all the “extras” – excursions, gifts, dinners, and so on. The concept of paying today’s dollars for tomorrow’s vacation works out in your favor – especially if you buy your timeshare on the secondary market. Regardless of the deal you may think you got at the resort, you will always come out way ahead when buying timeshare resale.  Maybe 25% to 50% off the retail rate!

The best source of buying timeshare resale?

A timeshare resale broker.

Attempting to close your own deal on a timeshare purchase would not only be frustrating but could be costly and full of unexpected problems as well.

Plus finding a buyer for your timeshare would waste a lot of time weeding out all those who have no idea what a timeshare is and think they are buying a whole ownership property.

The timeshare industry continues to be a multi – billion dollar business in the US. But you don’t need a billion or million dollars to vacation like royalty when you buy timeshares resale and travel to some of the most exotic destinations in the world!

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