How to Get out of My Timeshare


People always ask: How do I get out of my timeshare?

Well before that, the first question to you is: What do you own?

Timeshare Sales – Timeshare Points, Timeshare Vacation Clubs

Today, many people own a “Vacation Club” or a point system “timeshare interest”. These “Timeshare Points” come in many forms, like “RCI points” or “VCI points” or “Interval International points”. Owners of timeshare points may need to cancel a timeshare contract that no longer suits their needs, so it is vital we know what kind of timeshare interest they own. Do we have a Deed to do deed-work upon in order to transfer the title legally, or do we have points or some form of vacation club… or a hybrid of ownership types?

It can be confusing when all you want to do is somehow, sell my timeshare or give my timeshare back to the resort or club.

Similar to the few legitimate exceptions to listings and transfers, the key is to obtain a “legal” cancellation or termination timeshare points. Similar to  a timeshare divestment by a Deed, in order to get out, you must legally cancel a timeshare contract to end timeshare all ownership and financial obligations associated with resort points or vacation club points.

Once we know a few answers to some key questions, the timeshare divestment picture will more clear.

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