What Is a Timeshare And What It Isn't 

That’s why I like to say that a Timeshare isn’t something you purchase on a whim, three margaritas deep, while on vacation.

It’s a legal contract and long-term financial decision that you should thoroughly understand and think through before buying.

A floating week timeshare means that you aren’t guaranteed the same week every year for vacation; you need to call the resort to reserve a room.

The more points you have, the larger the annual maintenance fee and the purchase price is.

This type of timeshare provides a lot of travel flexibility as you don’t have to stay at the same resort every year


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