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Exit strategy

dahntahn

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This is a general question. My sister owns a timeshare at Grand Pacific Palisades resort near Carlsbad CA which she is not able to use due to disability and wants to get rid of it to stop paying maintenance fees. She understands that it is essentially worthless on the secondary market and expects no financial gain. As a Hyatt owner I know that Hyatt will take back weeks if the owner wants out without getting anything in return. What other options should she consider? If they do not have a similar policy, is just walking away possible? She knows not to engage a so called exit company that has any upfront fees, but are there some that do not? The timeshare is a floating week and maintenance fees are paid up to date. Any suggestions appreciated. If this needs to go to another forum because it's not specifically Hyatt I understand.
 

Anthony Schmid

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If this is the same Grand Pacific Palisades timeshare that can be used in Hilton Grand Vacations Club. I'm sure someone would take it for free.
Maybe try to post it on the Hilton forum and please let them know all the details like Maintenance fees, week number, unit size..etc..

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TUGBrian

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has she contacted them to see if they have a program to surrender it back?
 

SmithOp

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It should be advertised in an ad on Tug2.net and the Bargain forum here if she wants to give it away. Someone will surely pay the transfer fees.

You can ask for advice in hgv forum but not advertise there.

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elaine

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Yes, post in hgvc for advice. I don’t know if hgvc takes deedbacks.
 
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