Location: Iowa
Submitted 07/07/11 06:08 PM

Q. I need to sell my timeshare. Realtors around here won't/can't mess with it. The only useful info I've been able to find is advice on avoiding the online timeshare scams. Everyone gives this advice but no one can tell me where to get it done. If trustworthy people are on the net they are completely buried by all the scammers. I'm strapped cash-wise with a pending surgery. Help! The TS is in Kissimee, FL

 

Answer #1
Submitted 05/31/12 07:53 AM
Karen Feltman, Relocation Specialist (Cedar Rapids/Iowa City, IA Skogman Realty): Real Estate Agent in Cedar Rapids, IA Karen Feltman, Relocation Specialist (Cedar Rapids/Iowa City, IA Skogman Realty)
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Cedar Rapids, IA

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A. Finding a reputable timeshare dealer can be frustrating. The best option may be to call the company that maintains the fees for the timeshare. They will usually charge a nominal fee for advertising and finding a buyer for your timeshare. Good luck to you!

Answer #2
Submitted 03/13/13 03:28 PM
BROKER: Sheryl Lynn Webster, (727) 386-8066 (Venture Home Realty): Real Estate Broker/Owner in Clearwater, FL BROKER: Sheryl Lynn Webster, (727) 386-8066 (Venture Home Realty)
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Clearwater, FL

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As a REALTOR who has worked in the timeshare industry since the early 90's, I have many great contacts for those looking for services for their timeshares. If you need a referral or assistance selling, closing or finding a timeshare - just contact me for a referral or advise for your specific needs. I'd be more than happy to help.  As with anything else, it is important to be aware of potential scams and know what to look out for when choosing a licensed real estate broker or unlicensed advertising company to help.

 

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