This article explains how timeshare ownership is typically divided among owners. Each owner typically owns a certain number of “points” in the timeshare, which they can use to book vacations in any of the timeshare’s locations. Owners can also usually split their points between multiple family members, allowing them to use different vacation destinations at […]
This article examines the different types of timeshares available, including fixed week, floating week, and points-based timeshares. Fixed week timeshares allow you to stay in the same property for the same week each year, while floating week timeshares give you the flexibility to stay in the same property but on a different week each year. […]
This article explains the two types of timeshare ownership: deeded and right-to-use. Deeded ownership involves actual ownership of a property, while right-to-use involves a contract that grants a person the right to use a property for a certain period of time. Yes, there are two types of timeshare ownership.
This article examines the issue of who owns the property in a timeshare estate. It explains that the property is owned by the individual owners, collectively, who hold the timeshare and are responsible for the maintenance and expenses associated with the property. The article also discusses the legal rights and responsibilities of each owner, as […]