In our initial meetings with our clients, the first story they tell is how they came to own their timeshare. Each story is unique, but there is one thing every story has in common — there are factors that each owner didn’t consider before signing their name on the dotted line. Now that they’re trying to get out of the contract, it can be a good idea to consider a few questions that should’ve been asked before they signed.
Does My Family Take Over the Timeshare Contract?
At first, a timeshare may seem like a great idea for you and your family, but if something were to happen to you, the maintenance fees, assessment fees, and mortgage payments can become a burden for your children or heirs. It’s imperative to consider the future, and the commitment your family could face after you’re no longer around.
What If I’m Unable to Travel to My Timeshare?
When you signed your timeshare contract, you may have thought that you had plenty of time to travel to and from the resort. However, once reality sunk in, you realized that you didn’t have nearly as much time, and you may not be able to fulfill your ownership time allotment. You might have work obligations, not enough money to pay for the plane ticket, or the resort could be experiencing bad weather.
How Do I Get Out of My Timeshare Contract?
The timeshare agent may make you wonder why you would ever want to to get rid of your timeshare and miss out on a great deal in a beautiful locale, but the reality is that you aren’t as young as you once were, or you can’t manage the financial burden of a timeshare. Whatever the case may be, when you want to get out of your contract, Wesley Financial Group is here to help. Contact us today to learn more.