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Real Estate Brokers

Discussion in 'Buying, Selling, Renting' started by Dunes, Apr 26, 2011.

  1. Dunes

    Dunes Guest

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    I want to sell my my timeshare. I don't want to bother with selling it myself. Does anyone know how to find a Real Estate Broker for this? Thanks
     
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    Selling?

    What are you trying to sell? You may want to try to sell it here (not in this forum mind you)


     
  3. DeniseM

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    For recommended timeshare brokers, see the TUG Business ratings, which is a sub-forum of this forum.

    Have you done any research to find out what your timeshare is going for on the resale market? Because of the economy, most timeshares are going for 0-10% of original retail. If you find out that your timeshare falls into that category, then using a broker may not be feasible, because their commission starts at about $1,000. For a TS with little or no resale value, you may just want to sell or give it away yourself, to save money. See the article at the top of this forum for more info.

    WHATEVER YOU DO, DON'T PAY SOMEONE A LARGE UPFRONT FEE TO SELL YOUR TIMESHARE - THAT'S ALWAYS A SCAM!
     
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    Thank you. Any suggestions if I want to just give it away? We don't use it. I just want to get out of the maintenance fees
     
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    yep, the how to sell article (sticky at hte top of this forum) will help you get started.
     
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    I'm sure it's me, but I don't know what you are talking about. What sticky?? Thanks for your help!
     
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    The articles that are permanently "stuck" at the top of this forum - http://tugbbs.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=13

    Also, click on the blue link that I posted above. "How can I give away my TS on TUG?"
     

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