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rent my timeshare

  1. T

    New Vidanta Grand Bliss Owner, looking to Tips on Renting out

    Hello TUGgers, great forum and lots of great advice. New to the forum. Quick background, we have owned timeshares for years, OrangeLake and Montecristo Estates, which we have enjoyed for personal use. Rare "rentals"among friends and family, only. We recently also bought in to Vidanta, a 2 BDR...
  2. D

    New to renting out my week

    If somebody wants to rent my week, do I need an agreement form? How do I collect funds? Is there a specific form that I need to use?
  3. njsicilian

    Advice on Renting a Timeshare?

    What is the recommended way to handle the money transaction when renting your own timeshare to another person via TUG or RedWeek, etc. ? I know some service such as Redweek offer a Title company for a fee to protect both renter and rentee for a fee of around $200 ( which could be split...
  4. Jayco29D

    How hard is it to rent out a week you own?

    I see so many listings on Redweek of folks trying to rent out their weeks at Marriotts, Westins and at other leading brands in top locations. I am just curious about how much success or lack of success Tuggers have had with renting out their weeks. Where have you had the most success advertising?
  5. admin

    How to Rent Your Timeshare

    link to live Advice Article: How to Rent your Timeshare HOW MUCH SHOULD YOU ASK FOR YOUR WEEK? Call the resort and, acting as though you want to rent a unit for your use, ask how to find a rental and what the rates are for the week you have in mind. The resort may have a rental program and...