It's unfortunate that these days, a lot of Americans have fallen into a severe financial hardship. The people who own timeshares and find themselves in this position feel a real sense of urgency to attempt to sell their timeshares. However, is this really a great idea? The simple answer is no!

This is because these days, due to the economic recession that the world has been fighting for years, the demand for luxuries like timeshares and other vacation properties has dropped drastically! Simply put when consumers try to sell their timeshares, they realize the rude awakening that it is an almost impossible task. The dangers in selling a timeshare during times of financial hardship goes way beyond the general fact that it's just difficult to sell leading to stress.

Simply trying to sell a timeshare can bring Americans into even more of a financial hardship. As a result of the down market, Americans have to place their timeshares on several sales websites that each charge fees. Also, people even pay timeshare sales professionals to sell their timeshares. These fees can truly become overwhelming.

Another reason it's really not a great idea to sell a timeshare in this market is because consumers will have to cope with an enormous loss if they decide to sell! As said by the simple laws of supply and demand, there are simply more timeshares available than there is a demand to fill them. This will exponentially reduce the cost of timeshares and make it improbable for consumers to notice a profit. In most cases, Americans who carry mortgages for their timeshares will still end up making payments to liquidate the balance even after the sale.

So, what should consumers do if they have come into a financial hardship position? To be honest the best bet would be to look into timeshare cancellation. Timeshare cancellation is the process of deeding a timeshare back to the developer based on broken laws during the sales process associated with that timeshare. Some of the most common broken laws in the timeshare sales process are:

Long Tours: Studies show that people who look at a timeshare for a period of time longer than 90 minutes feel more of an urgency to buy that timeshare without rational thought. Therefore, it's unlawful for a timeshare tour to last longer than 90 minutes and lead to the sale of a timeshare.

False Sense Of Urgency: Many times, during the sale of a timeshare, the sales representative will use a forceful and aggressive sales tactic known as providing a false sense of urgency. An example of a false sense of urgency would be the sales representative saying something like “This is a once in a lifetime opportunity!” or “You may never sell this unit at this price again!”. It is unlawful for sales representatives to give Americans a false sense of urgency during the sale of a timeshare.

Investment: Investment is a word that has been wrongfully thrown around in the timeshare sales industry for too long. When a timeshare sales representative uses the term “good investment” or anything of the sort, he or she is implying that the timeshare will appreciate in value. This is an outright lie that is not tolerated by law!

There are actually 52 laws that regulate the timeshare sales process. If timeshare sales representatives break 1 of these laws during the sale of a timeshare to a consumer, that consumer will possibly be able to deed their timeshare back to the developer and recover losses associated with that timeshare.

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