Questions To Ask Before Buying A Timeshare

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Get a sense for how the company is doing. In most cases, if the company were to go under, your upfront costs would just go down the drain. That $20K you put up is only useful so long as the property still exists. Ask what percentage of units have already sold. Ask how many owners are delinquent on their fees. All of this information gives you some sense of the financial health of the company.

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