Why Buying Timeshare Is A Smart Cost Savings Move

CashIt used to be that if you told someone you had bought a timeshare, they’d think you had fallen for a high pressure pitch to buy something you either didn’t need, or could not afford.

Lately, a new light has been shed on timeshare ownership: Buying a timeshare on the resale market is not only a smart way to save on your initial purchase, but over time, will save you thousands of dollars.


Lets say you vacation one week a year. If you rent a hotel at a nice resort at a great location you’ll pay anywhere from $250 to $400 per night. That is at least $1,750 a week on the low side. After the taxes you’ll pay and other hotel charges it will easily average $2,000 a week just for lodging.

And that is at TODAY’s prices.

Over 20 years you will have paid $40,000 for your vacation lodging. And again that is on the low side of an estimate.

50percentoffIf you buy a timeshare for the average of $16,400 and pay maintenance fees each year can you imagine how much money you’d save? That does not even factor in the future price of lodging. And, last time I checked prices are not going down. That also does not include the massive upgrade you get by vacationing in your timeshare: much larger space, individual bedrooms, fully equipped kitchen, in the room laundry, and the list goes on.

Clearly, the most cost effective way to vacation is by using a timeshare.

PLUS, if you buy your timeshare on the resale market you could get as much as a 50% discount off the retail price!

Huge Savings.

More Space.

More Amenities.

Quality Resorts.

Timeshare resale. It just makes sense.


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