Thousands of timeshare owners are now seeing several years of maintenance fees go down the drain and are actively looking at options to dissolve their timeshare ownership.
Timeshare resorts have become exceptionally greedy since the pandemic and is making owners ask themselves why they should continue to pay for something they find almost impossible to enjoy!
Since the Pandemic, timeshare resorts have seen record profits due to full closure of resorts and furloughing of their workforce. Since then, things have somewhat re-opened but a lot of once enjoyed facilities have been taken away.
Timeshare exclusivity is no longer since timeshare companies started to promote their accommodation on regular holiday sites, so the question you must ask yourself is why are they promoting their units on places like Booking.com when there is nowhere near the availability needed to accommodate all owners, also, are they telling you the truth that your unit is fully booked or is it advertised somewhere else?
Over recent months, 2 of the largest European timeshare resorts have gone into business with larger timeshare companies and are currently going through a re-brand. Club La Costa is now part of the Wyndham network and Diamond Resorts is now part of the Hilton network. This poses even more concerns of what changes will be brought in and what extra costs will be introduced.
The evidence tells us that timeshare companies do not value their owners and only care about the money they can make.
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