How to use your timeshare to fund your retirement

How to use your timeshare to fund your retirement

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  • UK citizens aged 75+ rise 89% in 30 years (ONS)
  • Care home costs rising 10 x as fast as pensioner incomes (Prestige Nursing)
  • Illegal timeshare contract compensation giving hope to many (Timeshare.lawyer)

The UK’s population has never been older. Those aged 65+ make up almost 18% of the total population, based on the latest Office for National Statistics (ONS) figures, while those aged 75 and over account for 8%. That’s an increase of 47% and 89% respectively over the past 30 years.

The ONS cites changes in smoking habits and improvements in healthcare for circulatory illnesses as major factors behind the improvements in mortality rates, particular for men. Males aged 75 and over have increased by 149% over the past three decades, compared to just 61% for women.

This vastly improving mortality rate is not without its issues. UK defined-benefit pension schemes are “known to be heavily in deficit,” according to PwC and funding retirement has never been such a complex problem. Research from Age UK has revealed that 1.6 million pensioners live on or below the poverty line.

With the UK’s population on track to continue ageing, thanks to the large cohort of ‘baby boomers’ born in the 1960s and now approaching retirement, new solutions are needed.

Belinda Rollins, Legal Support Manager at timeshare industry specialists Timeshare.lawyer, believes she has an answer, at least for those older people who own a timeshare. She explains,

“There have never been greater opportunities for claiming compensation in relation to a timeshare. Recent rulings by Spain’s supreme court have opened the gates for timeshare owners to reconsider their purchase in a new light. More and more timeshare contracts are being revealed as illegal, due to mis-selling practices such as faux-fractional ownership, floating weeks, payments being taken during the cooling off period and contracts of 50 years or longer.

“Anyone with such a contract could be entitled to compensation – compensation which could be used to fund their retirement!”

Timeshare.lawyer’s research has revealed that the average age of a client who contacts them for assistance is 59. Many of those individuals have only recently become aware of the illegality of their timeshare contracts and are suddenly in line for potential compensation that could make a big difference to their golden years.

While not every retiree will have an illegal timeshare contract to hand to boost their savings, it is increasingly necessary for older individuals to think outside of the box in this way in order to make ends meet as they age. A 2016 study by Prestige Nursing found that annual care home costs are rising at almost ten times the rate of pensioner incomes. Quite simply, the sums just don’t add up.

For more information, please visit www.Timeshare.lawyer, email Info@Timeshare.lawyer or call 0800 0239 032. Timeshare.lawyer is a niche legal division of SellMyTimeshare.tv.

Fractional property isn’t quite as safe as houses!

Fractional property isn’t quite as safe as houses!

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  • ‘Fractional’ property sales that are really timeshare sales are illegal (Spanish supreme court)
  • Requiring clients to sign before notaries and witnesses compounded the ruse (Consumer Timeshare Association)
  • 2017 likely to see many more claimants come forward to dispute their ‘fractional’ ownership (Timeshare.lawyer)

Fractional ownership in its true form is a legal way to purchase a portion of a property. However, not all fractional ownership properties that are sold are what they appear to be, meaning that some ‘fractional’ ownership sales can actually be deemed illegal.

Belinda Rollins, Legal Support Manager at timeshare industry specialists Timeshare.lawyer, explains,

“The key difference here is that fractional ownership involves the buyer owning part of a physical thing, such as a property, while timeshare ownership involves buying units of time. Where some unscrupulous companies have dressed timeshare up as a fractional investment, the Spanish supreme court has ruled that the sale was illegal.”

According to the Timeshare Consumer Association, the alleged fractional sales (in the case of Puerto Calma Holiday Club Finland, which was the timeshare company at the centre of the case) were very convincing. Clients were required to sign paperwork in front of a witness and a notary as part of the purchase process. However, as the purchase did not result in the client owning any shares of the actual property, they were not in fact purchasing a fractional investment but a timeshare.

The Spanish ruling came into force in October 2016 and its effects are still to be fully felt according to Timeshare.lawyer’s Belinda Rollins. She comments,

“There are still a lot of fractional property ‘owners’ out there who don’t yet realise that they’ve been mis-sold a timeshare as a fractional investment. We’re expecting a lot more people to come forward in 2017 as news of the ruling spreads further. I would encourage anyone who has bought a fractional ownership property to contact Timeshare.lawyer as soon as possible to check their paperwork and be certain that they’ve actually bought what they think they’ve bought.”

The Spanish supreme court’s ruling made clear that selling timeshares dressed up as fractional ownership properties evades timeshare law. The clients in question were granted compensation as a result.

The past couple of years have seen quite a shakeup of the timeshare industry thanks to the intervention of the Spanish supreme court. The fractional/timeshare ruling follows an earlier ruling that determined grounds for timeshare contracts to be deemed illegal if they last longer than 50 years, are for floating week products or involved taking money during the cooling off period. That decision has already resulted in some €4.5 million of compensation being awarded to timeshare owners, according to the Timeshare Consumer Association. One wonders how much additional compensation will now result from the fractional ruling.

For more information, please visit www.Timeshare.lawyer, email Info@Timeshare.lawyer or call 0800 0239 032. Timeshare.lawyer is a niche legal division of SellMyTimeshare.tv.

Don’t pay your timeshare maintenance bill until you’ve spoken to Timeshare.lawyer!

Don’t pay your timeshare maintenance bill until you’ve spoken to Timeshare.lawyer!

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  • Up to 70% of timeshare contracts could be illegal
  • Brexit vote means timeshare maintenance contracts in euros now more expensive
  • Owners encouraged not to pay maintenance bills until talking to Timeshare.lawyer

While early November has seen sterling rally a little against the euro, the pound’s value has been heading broadly downward ever since the ‘leave’ result of the UK’s referendum to leave the EU. On 5 October the pound fell to a five-year low against the euro and on 17 October it hit a six-year low.

With Brexit negotiations and political upheaval set to continue for at least the next two or three years (if not longer), the impact on UK citizens is significant. This is particularly so for those who have previously purchased a timeshare property elsewhere in Europe. These families are now finding themselves faced with maintenance bills in euros that are substantially more expensive than they were this time last year, due to the fluctuations in the exchange rate.

However, hope is at hand for many timeshare owners faced with steep maintenance bills. According to timeshare industry specialists Timeshare.lawyer, up to 70% of owners could have purchased their timeshare under contract terms that have since been deemed illegal.

Belinda Rollins, Legal Support Manager at Timeshare.lawyer, explains,

“The Spanish Supreme Court has ruled that timeshare contracts are illegal if they last longer than 50 years, are for floating week products or involved taking money during the cooling off period. Our experience has shown that as many as 70% of timeshare contracts could be deemed illegal as a result of this ruling. Thus we would encourage all timeshare owners to check their contract is legal as soon as possible.”

Timeshare.lawyer is supporting clients by checking the legality of their contracts and helping those with illegal contracts to extricate themselves from them. They undertake fact-finding on behalf of the client and assist with contracts in a range of languages. The service is a niche legal division of SellMyTimeshare.tv.

Those facing hefty maintenance bills are being encouraged to contact Timeshare.lawyer before parting with their cash. A single phone call could represent a huge saving for those trapped in illegal contracts!

For more information, please visit www.Timeshare.lawyer, email Info@Timeshare.lawyer or call 0800 0239 032.

Are you entitled to compensation on your timeshare?

Are you entitled to compensation on your timeshare?

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  • €4.5 million won so far by timeshare owners with illegal contracts (Timeshare Consumer Association)
  • Timeshare compensation follows in wake of £25 billion paid out for mis-sold PPI (Financial Conduct Authority)
  • 1,555 timeshare ownerships already cancelled and sold in 2016 (SellMyTimeshare.tv/Timeshare.lawyer)

It seems that consumers are becoming increasingly aware of their right to refunds and compensation. Data from the Financial Conduct Authority shows that between January 2011 and July 2016, individuals received £25 billion in refunds and compensation for mis-sold payment protection insurance (PPI), with £244.6 million repaid in July 2016 alone.

Meanwhile, MoneySavingExpert’s flight delay compensation letter templates, which can be used by customers who have faced long flight delays to reclaim up to £540 each – for flights dating back years – have been downloaded some 480,000 times.

Now it is timeshare owners who are pushing for their right to compensation, following a Spanish Supreme Court ruling that has given hope to those trapped in ‘illegal’ timeshare contracts. The ruling essentially paved the way for contracts to be declared illegal if they:

  • Last longer than 50 years
  • Are for floating week products
  • Involved taking money during the cooling off period

Increasing numbers of individuals are considering legal action in order to have their timeshare contracts declared null and void and to claim compensation for the mis-selling. The Timeshare Consumer Association has reported that €4.5 million has been won by timeshare owners so far, with a “vast number” of preliminary cases still to be heard.

Jodi Beard, Marketing Director of timeshare industry specialists Timeshare.lawyer, comments,

“We’re really only just seeing the tip of the iceberg in terms of claims for compensation relating to illegal timeshare contracts. In the same way that PPI compensation claims snowballed, we’re expecting to see a rapid increase in timeshare contract claims over the coming months and years. Owners who have spent years locked into expensive, illegal contracts now have a way out and we’re encouraging anyone who has a timeshare contract that they’re unsure about to contact Timeshare.lawyer to find out if they could be eligible to claim compensation.”

Timeshare.lawyer is a niche legal division of SellMyTimeshare.tv, owned by Monster Rewards SL. The company has already supported consumers to cancel and sell 1,555 ownerships so far in 2016, this is on top of the 2,250 ownerships they concluded last year. Many of these individuals had been trapped in expensive agreements from which they were deriving little or no benefit until Timeshare.lawyer helped them to exit their contracts.

The PPI experience has shown the significance of rulings that can have historic repercussions. The Professional Financial Claims Association has calculated that another £20 billion could be repaid over the coming years to customers who were mis-sold PPI between 1990 and 2010. Likewise, timeshare compensation claims could easily snowball. The Timeshare Consumer Association has reported that the biggest payout so far for one hearing was €130,000, with successful claimants entitled to a refund of the full purchase price paid and any legal costs. Most compensation claims also include interest and, in some cases the annual maintenance fees the claimant has paid for the whole duration of ownership, even when the timeshare was used. Claimants are also entitled to the refund of double any monies paid during the cooling off period of their contract (up to three months from the date they purchased the timeshare).

For more information, please visit www.Timeshare.lawyer, email Info@Timeshare.lawyer or call 0800 0239 032.

Blessing or burden? What else could you buy for the cost of your timeshare?

Blessing or burden? What else could you buy for the cost of your timeshare?

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  • Rising cost of timeshare maintenance fees see owners spending more than they would otherwise on a holiday (SellMyTimeshare.tv)
  • A year’s timeshare costs could buy you a long weekend in Tenerife (Cheap Holidays Tenerife)
  • 50 years of timeshare costs could buy you two around the world trips (SellMyTimeshare.tv)

Rising timeshare maintenance fees are seeing UK timeshare owners spending an average of £500 a year before they’ve even booked flights to their destination. Over the years, these fees begin to add up making timeshares more of a burden than a blessing for owners.

So are they really worth it?

Leading timeshare sales company, SellMyTimeshare.tv who have exited 1,982 timeshare ownerships for clients in 2016 to date, have put the true cost of timeshare ownerships into perspective:

The average timeshare owner is spending £500 a year on fees not including flights, food or spending money. This amount alone could easily fund a long weekend on the beautiful Canary Island of Tenerife. For example, an all-inclusive, four-star long weekend for two people (flights, accommodation, food and drinks), can be booked for less than £400 through holiday planning experts Cheap Holidays Tenerife with over £100 left to spend!

It seems that timeshare owners are paying far more for their week’s usage than they would normally spend on a holiday.

Marketing Director of SellMyTimeshare.tv Jodi Beard comments,

“Timeshare owners are spending thousands of pounds in costs over a period of years and all too often aren’t getting their money’s worth. Rising maintenance costs associated with timeshares are driving owners to sell up as they realise they could book their own holiday for less and enjoy the flexibility to travel to a wide variety of destinations. In fact, 50 years’ worth of timeshare costs could fund two around the world trips.”

Better value holidays are just one of many luxuries timeshare owners could treat themselves to if they no longer had to think about timeshare maintenance costs. Just one year’s fees could buy a relaxing spa weekend, feed the family or buy ten £50 tanks of petrol.

Providing light at the end of the tunnel for unhappy timeshare owners, SellMyTimeshare.tv offer a professional service assisting timeshare owners with their individual queries and needs. Award-winning TV presenter, popular actress, travel writer and brand ambassador for SellMyTimeshare.tv Julie Peasgood comments,

“If your timeshare starts to feel like sun, sea and stress, it’s good to know there are options like SellMyTimeshare.tv”

With over ten years’ experience, SellMyTimeshare.tv pride themselves on their quality services which include timeshare resales, client purchases, trade-ins, disposals, alternative lifestyle and leisure products, as well as the provision of advice on getting the most from existing timeshare ownership.

For more information, visit www.SellMyTimeshare.tv or call 0800 0124 637.

Sky high maintenance bills of up to £10,000 driving record numbers of UK timeshare owners to sell up

Sky high maintenance bills of up to £10,000 driving record numbers of UK timeshare owners to sell up

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  • SellMyTimeshare.tv confident that 2016 will eclipse 2015’s timeshare exit figures
  • Thousands of UK timeshare holders calling time on their timeshares
  • Maintenance bills of up to £10,000 forcing UK timeshare owners to sell up

Thousands of UK timeshare owners waved goodbye to their timeshare commitments last year with leading timeshare sales company, SellMyTimeshare.tv facilitating 2,250 timeshare exits.

Timeshare exits were up by a third in 2015 compared to the previous year and the company is set for an even more successful 2016, having exited 1,555 timeshare ownerships to date.

Marketing Director Jodi Beard, is confident that SellMyTimeshare.tv will eclipse 2015’s figures as the company moves into their peak period. Jodi comments,

“October through to February marks our busiest period as timeshare owners receive their annual maintenance bills. Often owners find that over time these fees become too expensive and for many, this will drive them to look at ways to exit their timeshare commitments. With 1,555 timeshare exits in process already this year, we are confident that 2016 will see us set a new record.”

Sky high maintenance bills are the reality as to why many owners look to exit their timeshares.  In some cases, the fees can come close to £10,000 for clients who may have been sold bundles of weeks as “investments” with the promise of them being sold before any fees would be due, when in reality it is hard work to sell just one timeshare, let alone multiple weeks.

There are many other factors that can lead to owners re-considering their timeshare commitments including personal circumstances, family factors, lack of flexibility and the travel bug.

Jodi explains,

“With so many people seeking advice on their timeshare, we have been able to understand what factors lead owners to sell up. On top of ongoing maintenance costs, changes in personal circumstances such as bad health or a new job can contribute to owners wanting out of their timeshare. Family issues can also play a part with children of owners not wanting to inherit the property, hence a cancellation or sale.

“Some owners find that they are unable to get the exchanges they want on their timeshare and this lack of flexibility can drive them to look for a way to exit altogether. For others, although they enjoy spending time in a destination where they know the local area and community, many find that after a while they would rather travel to other destinations urging them to sell up and spend the money on holidays to a wider range of locations.”

Providing unhappy timeshare owners with a light at the end of the tunnel, SellMyTimeshare.tv pride themselves on their services with over ten years’ experience in assisting timeshare owners with their individual queries and needs.

Award-winning TV presenter, popular actress, travel writer and brand ambassador for SellMyTimeshare.tv Julie Peasgood comments,

“Many timeshare owners feel that they have few options when it comes to selling up, so it’s great to see a professional and dedicated team like SellMyTimeshare.tv offering genuine solutions”

The qualified team offer timeshare resales, client purchases, trade-ins, disposals, alternative lifestyle and leisure products, as well as the provision of advice on getting the most from existing timeshare ownership.

For more information, visit www.SellMyTimeshare.tv or call 0800 0124 637.

Suffer in silence no longer – Timeshare owners take action against void contracts and win

Suffer in silence no longer – Timeshare owners take action against void contracts and win

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  • Flurry of successful timeshare wins seen in Gran Canaria this year
  • Timeshare owners no longer suffering in silence
  • tv sees demand for Timeshare Health Check soar, with appointment numbers up 40% on this time last year (SellMyTimeshare.tv)

2016 has seen many timeshare owners finally rid themselves of illegal timeshare contracts following a flurry of successful wins on the Canary Island of Gran Canaria and mainland Spain.

These cases have been won after contracts containing illegal floating weeks or exceeding 50 years’ duration were declared null and void by Spanish jurisdiction. Not only are European timeshare owners finally being freed from corrupt contracts, many have received hefty compensation with some awarded payouts of up to EUR 130,000.

After years of suffering in silence, unhappy timeshare owners have seen the light at the end of the tunnel and are speaking up, taking action and winning.

Belinda Rollins, Legal Support Manager of Timeshare.lawyer, a niche legal division of leading timeshare advice company SellMyTimeshare.tv, comments on the recent achievements of timeshare owners,

“The groundbreaking Spanish Supreme Court ruling in April of this year saw judges in every court empowered to rule in the client’s favour with regards to exiting illegal timeshare contracts and awarded monumental compensation, which most clients never dreamt of receiving. Timeshare.lawyer is seeing an upturn in clients contacting us for help and we are able to turnaround a nullification of their contract within approximately 15 weeks.”

In light of these recent wins, it seems more and more UK timeshare owners are seeking advice about their timeshare circumstances. SellMyTimeshare.tv has seen a substantial increase in enquires attending a Timeshare Health Check with over half (58%) of the total number seen in all of 2015 in the first half of 2016 alone. The number of brand new enquiries in the first half of this year has also seen an increase of 5% when compared to the same period in 2015.

Marketing Director of SellMyTimeshare.tv, Jodi Beard, comments,

“It’s great to see such a rise in timeshare owners looking for advice. With so many successful cases this year it’s no wonder we’re seeing record numbers of clients looking to bid farewell to their timeshare commitments.

“There are a variety of reasons why owners may be looking to sell their timeshares as not all contracts are illegal. Issues such as ongoing costs, lack of flexibility, personal circumstances or family factors can make keeping a timeshare unrealistic and we are proud to be able to support those looking to sell or exit”

With over ten years’ experience, SellMyTimeshare.tv pride themselves on their services which include timeshare resales, client purchases, trade-ins, disposals, alternative lifestyle and leisure products, as well as the provision of advice on getting the most from existing timeshare ownership. SellMyTimeshare.tv were asked for their advice by thousands of owners last year and were able to help sell or cancel over 2,250 timeshare weeks in 2015.

For more information, visit www.SellMyTimeshare.tv or call 0800 0124 637.

 

Time to sell up? Leading timeshare sales company receives influx of Brexit enquiries

Time to sell up? Leading timeshare sales company receives influx of Brexit enquiries

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With only nine days until the EU referendum, UK timeshare holders are becoming increasingly anxious to know what impact a potential Brexit will have on their timeshare.

The summer season tends to be a quiet period for timeshare sales as the majority of owners spend their holidays in their timeshare properties. With the upcoming EU Referendum however, leading timeshare advisory authority SellMyTimeshare.tv has noticed an unusual influx in enquiries with one topic at the top of their agenda – Brexit.

Jodi Beard, Marketing Director of SellMyTimeshare.tv comments,

“We at SellMyTimeshare.tv have seen an increase in concerned timeshare owners enquiring as to how leaving the EU might affect their ownership. In particular, they are mostly concerned at how their future maintenance bills may increase as the pound weakens.”

With sterling already in decline due to Brexit jitters, timeshare holders may well find their maintenance bills, more often than not payable in euros, rise should Britain leave the EU. This sparks the question of whether timeshare holders should hold onto their timeshares or sell up?

With such uncertainty accompanying the EU referendum, SellMyTimeshare.tv prides itself on providing no-obligation advice to those in the timeshare community. With thousands of timeshare owners asking for advice in 2015, SellMyTimeshare.tv was able to help cancel or sell over 2,250 timeshare weeks.

Award-winning TV presenter and travel writer Julie Peasgood, SellMyTimeshare.tv’s brand ambassador comments,

“In a highly controlled industry, it’s great to see independent companies like SellMyTimeshare.tv offering timeshare owners independent, expert advice.”

With nothing set in stone, only time will tell what impact the Brexit verdict will have on timeshare holders but SellMyTimeshare.tv will certainly be on hand to assist those looking to exit their ownership.

For more information, please visit http://www.sellmytimeshare.tv/ or call Sell My Timeshare today on 0800 0124 637

Award-winning TV presenter, actress and travel writer, Julie Peasgood, becomes brand ambassador of SellMyTimeshare.tv

Award-winning TV presenter, actress and travel writer, Julie Peasgood, becomes brand ambassador of SellMyTimeshare.tv

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Leading timeshare advisory authority, SellMyTimeshare.tv is excited to announce award-winning TV presenter, popular actress and travel writer Julie Peasgood as their new brand ambassador.

Many will know Julie from her roles in iconic British TV soaps Brookside, Emmerdale and Hollyoaks, however this accomplished actress is also an award-winning author, journalist and television presenter.

Julie is passionate about travel and regularly writes for publications including The Daily Telegraph, Mail on Sunday and Femail, and is the Contributing Editor for Cruise International magazine. As a columnist, Julie has written for The Sunday Mirror, Now and Yours magazine as well as co-writing a travel column for Magnet magazine with her husband.

Not only does Julie write about travel she also presents for The Travel Channel on Cruise Today and has been honoured by the Royal Television Society with the prestigious Television Personality of the Year Award.

A natural fit with the company, the team at SellMyTimeshare.tv is looking forward to their new relationship with Julie who will be helping to spread the word about how to get the best timeshare advice.

Julie comments,

“It’s good to know that there is a company out there that helps people with no-obligation timeshare advice.”

SellMyTimeshare.tv were asked for their advice by thousands of owners last year and were able to help sell or cancel over 2,250 timeshare weeks in 2015.

Jodi Beard, Marketing Director of SellMyTimeshare.tv is delighted with the new partnership. She comments,

“We are very excited to be welcoming Julie to SellMyTimeshare.tv. We will be working together, with Julie, to help timeshare owners move on and say farewell to their timeshare commitments. I am very much looking forward to the coming year!”

For more information, please visit http://www.sellmytimeshare.tv/ or call Sell My Timeshare today on 0800 0124 637

Sales and exits of timeshares leap 32% as people look for greater flexibility

Sales and exits of timeshares leap 32% as people look for greater flexibility

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Leading timeshare sales company, SellMyTimeshare.tv, has reported a huge increase in the number of people selling and cancelling their timeshare. The provider has released new figures that show a 32% rise in those choosing to sell or exit their timeshare in 2015, compared to the previous year.

Indicating a growing trend in the market, SellMyTimeshare.tv facilitated the cancellation or sale of 2,250 such properties last year, compared to 1,704 in 2014. The value of which totalled an impressive £7,412,959, suggests that more and more people are looking for greater flexibility from their property purchases in today’s market.

Mark Rowe, Founder of SellMyTimeshare.tv, explains more,

“Whilst traditional timeshare works perfectly well for most owners, the feedback that we have been getting in recent months from those looking to sell their timeshare has been that they have outgrown it or want a change. Our customers wish to free up more of their time and money, whether it be to buy another property or to facilitate travel or other life purchases. This move towards greater flexibility is driving a new trend for growing numbers of people to sell their timeshare, numbers that have leapt considerably in the past year.

“We have also seen a marked trend towards more people seeking advice on how to sell their timeshare and therefore expect figures of those making a final sale to continue to rise in coming months.”

Alongside the new figures that illustrate the growing trend, SellMyTimeshare.tv has revealed the top five reasons why owners today are looking to sell their timeshare:

  • Ongoing costs: Many find that over time the property’s maintenance fees are too expensive. Although property ownership will always come with added maintenance costs, the regular payment of a maintenance fee for a timeshare property can be something that eventually drives someone to sell their share.
  • Personal circumstances: A lot of owners choose to sell if their circumstances change, meaning that they can no longer make the most of their purchase. Perhaps someone is suffering bad health, no longer wishes to travel so frequently, or have seen a change in their work circumstances. All of these are factors that can contribute to no longer wanting a timeshare.
  • Family factors: Whilst individuals often choose to buy a timeshare to use with their family, to make the very most of their time together, it doesn’t always work out this way and it can mean that the reality is far from the dream. The children of owners may also not want to inherit the property and this can be a reason for a sale.
  • Lack of flexibility: Sometimes timeshare owners find that they cannot get the exchanges they want on their property and therefore the times and dates that they can visit do not fit with their needs. These restrictions can mean that people choose to sell and instead purchase a holiday home outright.
  • The travel bug: Whilst many enjoy the familiarity of visiting a much-loved destination where they know the area and the local community, in time some desire to travel more widely than a single timeshare destination allows. Others may also choose to sell their share and put the money into going on annual cruises instead, where they can get a taste for a variety of overseas locations.

As one of the leading figures in the industry, SellMyTimeshare.tv pride themselves on their honest service and independent advice, tailored to individual clients’ needs. The qualified team has over ten years’ experience in the sale and cancellation of timeshares and is proud of their proven track-record in supporting those looking to sell or exit.

The services offered include timeshare resales, client purchases, trade-ins, disposals, alternative lifestyle and leisure products, as well as the provision of advice on getting the most from existing timeshare ownership.

For more information, visit www.SellMyTimeshare.tv or call 0800 0124 637.