How To Get Rid Of a Westgate Timeshare

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If you own a Westgate timeshare and you’d like to get rid of it, you’ve come to the right place. Here at TimeshareExitCompanies.com, we provide advice to timeshare owners who are looking to get rid of their vacation ownership. We do not cancel timeshares ourselves. Instead, we provide guidance to help timeshare owners avoid scams. Many timeshare owners were told their timeshares were an investment during the initial sales presentation. This leads many owners to believe that their timeshares will easily be sold on the resale market for more than what they originally paid. The reality is that most timeshares typically drop in value the second they are purchased from Westgate directly. Some Westgate timeshare owners have difficulty giving the timeshare away for free. When you buy a timeshare from…
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Vacation Village Timeshare Cancellation

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Vacation Village is a timeshare resort developer with resorts in most of the popular vacation destinations in the U.S. including Las Vegas, The Berkshires, Orlando and more. The company sells timeshares at each of these locations and, as of Sept. 28, 2018, there doesn't seem to be any information on the company website about its exit options. At some point the company may offer a deedback or buy back program, but there is currently no information about either of these programs publicly available on their website. When a timeshare resort developer does not offer owners options to get out of their timeshares, owners must take it upon themselves to get out. If you’re a new Vacation Village timeshare owner that would like to cancel, you may be eligible for rescission. This…
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How to Cancel Bluegreen Timeshare Contract

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Are you an unhappy owner of a Bluegreen timeshare? Perhaps your lifestyle has changed, and you no longer vacation like you used to. Or, maybe you simply can’t afford the rising maintenance fees anymore. Whatever your reason for wanting to cancel Bluegreen timeshare, you have options. Bluegreen Timeshare Cancellation Policy If you purchased your Bluegreen timeshare within the past few days, it would be in your best interest to cancel the timeshare using state rescission laws. Most states allow timeshare owners to rescind their purchase within a few days after purchase. There should be information about the state's recission laws in the informational documents you received when you purchased the timeshare. Follow these directions exactly as they are described and Bluegreen has no choice but to refund the timeshare purchase.…
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Timeshare Mortgage Cancellation

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Having a high timeshare mortgage balance can be a burden when you’re looking to cancel your timeshare. Trying to sell a timeshare with a mortgage balance is kind of like trying to sell snow to an Eskimo. Selling a timeshare on the resale market is already extremely difficult, but when you add in a mortgage balance at a 17% - 23% interest rate, it’s nearly impossible. So, what options do you have left? Well, you could try to give the timeshare back to the resort in which you purchased it from, but this rarely an option. Timeshare resorts love collecting your maintenance fees and mortgage payments year after year. They are basically interest free loans for your resort. Fortunately, there are a few things you can do if you’re looking…
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How To Get Rid of A Timeshare Legally

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If you own a timeshare, you may have found yourself searching “how to get rid of a timeshare legally” at some point or another. Perhaps you’ve attempted to sell the timeshare on the resale market and haven’t had any luck. Or, maybe you’ve contacted your resort and asked them to take it back only to be met with a stern NO THANKS. No matter your situation, there is always something you can do to get rid of a timeshare. Jump To: Get Rid of a Wyndham Timeshare Legally Get Rid of a Westgate Timeshare Legally Get Rid of a Diamond Timeshare Legally Get Rid of a Bluegreen Timeshare Legally Get Rid of a Marriott Timeshare Legally Get Rid of a Hilton Timeshare Legally The process of getting rid of your…
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