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3 Tips to Help You Sell Your Timeshare - For More


The values of timeshares are constantly changing. There are numerous timeshare-selling companies arriving every day. Timeshares are big business, and when one wants to sell a timeshare, the object is to gain more money than what he or she paid for. Here are several tips that can help anyone seeking to sell his or her timeshare make a profit.

1. Choose the right company. There are many timeshare sellers out there, and unfortunately, some are scams. It is important to do research on any company before advertising your timeshare with them. Watch out for companies offering to sell a timeshare within a certain timeframe, or for a certain amount of gain. Some say that reputable companies will not charge more than $50 for an ad. This is not true. Some of the best companies have ads that are more than $200. It is important to understand what the company will do for you. If you believe that the company will help you make a profit on your timeshare, or at least help you break even, then it is worth a large investment.

2. Set aggressive prices. Once you find a company to advise you, they will likely suggest a selling price that is significantly lower than what you paid. This is good advice. Some sellers attempt to sell their timeshares for more than they are worth, and end up being forced to lower the price, and possibly losing large amounts of money. The longer a timeshare stays on the market, the less likely it is to have a high yield. Depending on the company and the market, timeshares may be sold at least 20-30% what the resort is currently selling. The best prices will naturally attract buyers.

3. Get exposure. Choose a company that will expose your timeshare to the most potential buyers. Quite simply, a timeshare that is for sale will not sale if no one knows about it. Some companies claim that they have high exposure, but always check the facts. A company may claim to be number one in a search engine, but you should never be afraid to investigate further. A good way to test a company's claims is to search for timeshare-related keywords in Google. Observe the companies' rankings on specific keywords, and you can attain a good idea of their exposure to a potential buying audience. Many customers selling timeshares fail to check the facts and lose money as a result. In order to make money, you must get exposure.

It is important to understand the market in which you are selling your timeshare. Most timeshares decrease in value and it is important to understand and accept this fact. With the proper advice and the proper approach to selling, a timeshare can make a seller large profits. Always have an aggressive price for your timeshare and choose the company that is best for you. Finally, gain the most exposure for your timeshare sale as possible. Following these rules will help make your timeshare sale experience a success.

John McIver enjoys writing about timeshares. Learn more at http://www.sellmytimesharenow.com.


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