Questions To Ask Before Buying A Timeshare

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Can I see the history of those fees?

Just like you might do when purchasing a home that has a Homeowners Association Fee, you should ask for the five-year-history of the annual fees for your timeshare. The fees may look doable now – say they’re hovering at around $400 a year – but a five-year report could show you they were just $100 a year at the start, and have gone up $100 a year since then. If they keep increasing at that rate, they’ll get out of hand, quickly.

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