Timeshares: A Lack of Good Faith

by Austin Neil Aaronson on Apr. 17, 2018

Real Estate Timeshare 

Summary: You likely were one of the many timeshare owners who experienced attractive incentives – a free week at a resort? – and an intense, coercive sales presentation that lasted well beyond the promised 90 minutes. Naturally you expected fair and honest treatment, especially since you were dealing with a highly-respected hotel brand that had expanded into timeshare offerings.

You likely were one of the many timeshare owners who experienced attractive incentives – a free week at a resort? – and an intense, coercive sales presentation that lasted well beyond the promised 90 minutes. Naturally you expected fair and honest treatment, especially since you were dealing with a highly-respected hotel brand that had expanded into timeshare offerings.

 

Your well-trained timeshare salesperson presented rewards and benefits you hadn’t even imagined – an assortment of luxury resort options, a solid investment that could be sold in the future, high-quality family vacation times, low maintenance costs and the distinct pleasure of choosing from a wide variety of resort destinations. You were dealing with a well-known travel brand, so of course you thought they were acting in good faith. Certainly, you expected the property to keep promises made by their sales representative.

 

After three or four years, you realize you have joined legions of timeshare owners with growing frustrations. You browse the web to see if other owners feel the pinch of annual maintenance fee increases and rising exchange fees. Do others find it impossible to make reservations at preferred resorts? In your search, you find organized complaint sites that cover all of your issues and more!

 

Chief among those complaints is the distasteful and time-consuming reservation system and total lack of transparency in determining where you stand on the reservation list for your desired vacation resort. Availability and points values seem to be moving targets.

 

Finally, you simply want to exit your timeshare; but like so many other owners, you discover your developer will not buy back your timeshare. The solid investment you thought you had is of little value and, in fact, has become a financial drain. Where can you find the help you need to rescind your timeshare contract?

 

Our attorneys at Aaronson Law Firm know how to exploit the developer’s areas of vulnerability and have assisted many clients who acted in good faith in purchasing their timeshares. We welcome the opportunity to offer you our 80-plus years of combined legal experience to get your timeshare cancelled and preserve your credit.

 

Your problems are not insurmountable!
Please call us today for your free consultation.

 

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