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Timeshare Concepts – Understanding the Basics

Author: Concierge Realty
by Concierge Realty
Posted: Aug 18, 2015
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Timeshare rental concept is pretty easy to understand in that it gives a person ownership of a vacation property for a certain period of time. These time periods can be as short as a week, and as long as a month. Depending on which time of the year you want the property in, the cost of timeshare rentals varies. In the peak of holiday season, the cost will undoubtedly be higher. There are people who like returning to the same place each year for some time. This concept is better suited for that kind of population. For example, you visit Hawaii each year as a habit because of your love for that place. It will serve you better to own a timeshare in Hawaii so that your accommodation is ensured each time you visit.

People may not have known that there are actually two kinds of timeshares. The basic difference between them is that one mode gives you actual ownership while the other gives you the right to own a place for a certain time period. The former is called Deeded timeshare, and the latter Non-Deeded timeshare. Deeded timeshares provide their owners with actual shares in the ownership of the vacation home – a person with this kind of timeshare actually owns some of that property. Non-deeded timeshares are merely statements which proclaim that their owner has the right to occupy a certain vacation home for a certain time period as agreed upon in the terms of rental. The purchaser does not really own any property in non-deeded timeshares.

Speaking of ownership, timeshare sales can vary from tens of thousands of dollars to a few thousand dollars, depending on many variables concerning real estate value. A new timeshare will be undoubtedly expensive, whereas a used timeshare will not cost as much. The price also depends on the physical condition of the property. Apart from the cost of ownership, there is also the cost of maintenance to consider. This is because that piece of property is also your own now, and it rests upon you to maintain it, according to the arrangements in the deed.

Before owning a timeshare, what you should consider with utmost deliberation is whether or not the location of the property is accessible to you in your vacation time. By accessible, it is meant that all aspects should be considered – the cost of travel, the distance, whether or not you can manage to take a leave from your job for the timeshare duration, and the like.Once all these factors are settled in favor, investing in timeshare should prove economical.

What needs to be considered very carefully though is that actually owning a property in the same place, and going back to it year after year, may get monotonous. However, it also gives you an assurance that each year during the holiday season you’ll have accommodation in readiness without the hassles of hotel-booking. Holidaying will not be a stressful job anymore, and your children can get to enjoy each year away from home.

For more information on timeshares on rent, visit ConciergeRealty.com.

About The Author

Sam Cook is an expert on the concept of timeshare vacation homes and also likes to write many interesting articles and blogs on the topic, helping people to understand the various aspects of this system. He recommends ConciergeRealty.com as the best name to trust for timeshares in Aruba, Maui, Cancun and Hawaii.

About the Author

Sam Cook is an expert on the concept of timeshare vacation homes and also likes to write many interesting articles and blogs on the topic, helping people to understand the various aspects of this system.

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