Questions

Underhanded? You Ain’t Seen Underhanded Until Now

I’ve been advising prospective timeshare purchasers for a LONG time on the questions that they need to ask before jumping in. Those questions involve such things as: *  what is the five year history of the annual maintenance fees * 

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Weeks, Points and Remaining Timeshare Inventory

If you’re thinking of purchasing a house in a development, it’s quite simple to figure out how sold out they are, If you’re thinking of purchasing a week-based timeshare, it’s a bit more difficult to figure it out, but it

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Transparancy and Accountability

I rarely, if ever, reprint a Press Release from a timeshare developer.  This one caught my eye. DRI is now embarking on a new program where transparency and accountability are front and center. Read on: LAS VEGAS, NV (January 24,

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No Real Estate…So Why Closing Costs?

Lately, I’ve reviewed a number of timeshare sales contracts and to my dismay, discovered that developers were charging and consumers were paying “closing costs” when there was no real estate involved. Here is how Wikipedia defines closing costs: Closing costs are

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A Call To Action

  Today in the timeshare blog I’m going to reach out and ask you to do something.   As some of you know, I’ve been splitting my time over the past 3 plus years between my duties here at Timeshare

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Important News Regarding Timeshare Owners Lists

Reprinting courtesy of TimeSharing Today-Written by Jeff Weir, chief correspondent RedWeek,com and a contributor to TimeSharing Today State senator blocks industry bill that would have restricted owner access to HOA rosters A powerful California lawmaker, who also happens to be

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