Deeded timeshares are considered real property or real estate in most states. However, there are also trusts, clubs, and memberships of all kinds out there. Closing a deeded timeshare sale is similar...
to closing a real estate purchase; however working with the resort is more common, as they often have rules and procedures for owners who wish to sell. Working with lenders is less common as timeshares resales are usually cash sales, since interest rates can be incredibly high on timeshare property. Below you will find our infographic highlighting some of the main steps of the timeshare resale process. It’s meant to give you a general understanding of the process without all the details. That’s what we’re here for, to handle the details for you. If you are considering buying or selling a timeshare, please don’t hesitate to contact us! You may also find more answers with our Frequently Asked Questions page. - See more at: http://www.premiertimeshareresale.com/Timeshare-Resale-Process-Infographic#sthash.2uUZzGNd.dpuf
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