- Step 1: Gather all documents for the sale Gather all documents needed for the timeshare sale such as the resort's name and contact information, the property deed, and the membership agreement.
- TIP: Other information includes any timeshare exchange company affiliation, and the amounts of maintenance fees and real estate taxes.
- Step 2: Establish an asking price Establish an asking price. Join the Timeshare Users Group (TUG) and check their database for going asking prices and get your resort's resale asking prices.
- TIP: Check current and completed online timeshare auctions for going asking prices.
- Step 3: Decide where to advertise Decide where to advertise. Post with your resort's bulletin board or newsletter for free, or list for a nominal fee in timeshare-related publications.
- Step 4: Create an online auction seller's account Create a seller's account at an online auction site. If there are opportunities to pay extra that could increase the number of looks at your timeshare, they're worth it.
- Step 5: Sell your timeshare condo yourself Sell your timeshare condo yourself, or hire a real estate agent to assist with the sales contract, negotiate with buyers, and help with the closing.
- Step 6: Hire an attorney or title company Hire an attorney or title company to help you draw up a sales contract, or use a timeshare closing service such as Timeshare Transfer or JRA Services.
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You Will Need
- Timeshare deed
- Timeshare membership agreement
- Documents related to maintenance and other fees
- Publication listing fees
- Online auction seller's account
- Real estate agent
- Attorney or title company
- Timeshare closing service