You may be in a position where you are thinking of selling your timeshare. This maybe because of any number of financial, personal or practical reasons. However, before you set about the long hard task of selling your timeshare, let’s take a look at some of the reasons why you may finally not decide to sell your timeshare.
1 – YOU LOSE OUT ON YOUR INVESTMENT
Probably the most obvious reason not to sell your timeshare is because of the great investment opportunity you will be throwing away. A timeshare investment is not about financial gain, it is about a lifetime of great experiences. The minute you sell your timeshare, you may get your money back or even make a little profit, but that is not the real reason you bought your timeshare – you bought your timeshare to enjoy the benefits it brings to your life.
2 – A GREAT EXCUSE TO GET AWAY REGULARLY
Another reason not to sell your timeshare is that vacation ownership encourages you to take regular vacations and spend quality time with the people that you love. Just knowing that you have a home away from home makes you start getting itching feet for a sunny getaway or winter treat. Once you sell your timeshare you will be back to spending hours on the internet struggling to find decent accommodation that is big enough for your family at reasonable prices.
3 – UPGRADE INSTEAD
If you feel that you have outgrown your timeshare and want to try something more luxurious or different, most reputable timeshare companies offer owners the opportunity to upgrade their membership to enjoy distinct benefits. Nowadays your timeshare evolves as you do.
4 – START SWAPPING YOUR TIMESHARE
After a while you may find that you want to travel to different places other than your home timeshare resort. It is easy to exchange your timeshare properties either within the timeshare chain from whom you bought the original unit or as a member of a larger international vacation club. What you will find is that you can even swap your timeshare for cruises or yacht vacations.
5 – RENT OR LEND YOUR TIMESHARE
Before selling your timeshare, you would be better served renting it to cover your maintenance fees when you cannot make use of your property or lending it to friends and family. Sometimes owners who are looking to sell their timeshare only need a year or two to get their finances back on track and then they quickly regret having sold their timeshare.