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Old October 14, 2010, 07:20 PM   #1
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How can I give away my timeshare on TUG?

Before you pay an upfront fee to someone to "take your timeshare off your hands," please consider giving your timeshare away to a private individual who would like to own it.

Why?

-You can give it away yourself for nearly no cost.
-You can control the transfer process to make sure it is truly transferred out of your name.
-You won't have to deal with companies that may or may not be Legit.
-You can transfer it to a private individual who will be happy to have it for their own use.
-You will have the satisfaction of knowing that you ended your ownership legally and ethically.

There are two places on TUG where you can give away your TS's for free (no charge for the Ads.) There are other cheap and free sites on the internet, as well.

TUG Marketplace - the only cost is your TUG membership - $15 (List it for $1 and it will automatically go in the Bargain Basement Ads.)

Bargain Deals - Totally FREE! - just write a simple post with all the pertinent info. In your post, include the following info.:
-resort name
-unit size
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-maintenance fee
-current reservations
To make it more attractive I would:
1) Pay for the 2014/2015 maintenance fees and don't ask for reimbursement.

2) Offer to pay for the title transfer/closing as the seller.

3) Reserve a popular holiday week in 2014/2015 for the new owner

4) Here is the CRITICAL step that most people miss - come back to to your post once a week and bump it with new info. to keep it on the main page.
Good luck!
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Old January 21, 2011, 07:25 PM   #2
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Thanks for the advice

Denise:

I took your advice and posted my Breckenridge timeshare on your "bargain list." What does the little arrow on the envelope mean?

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Old January 22, 2011, 12:16 AM   #3
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Great! Good luck with giving it away.

The arrow means you posted in the thread.
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Old January 27, 2011, 08:11 PM   #4
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There are two places on TUG where you can give away your TS's for free (no charge for the Ads.) There are other cheap and free sites on the internet, as well.

TUG Marketplace - the only cost is your TUG membership - $15 (List it for $1 and it will automatically go in the Bargain Basement Ads.)

Bargain Deals - Totally FREE! - just write a simple post with all the pertinent info. In your post, include the following info.:
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-maintenance fee
-current reservations
To make it more attractive I would:
1) Pay 2010 (and possibly 2011) maintenance fees and don't ask for reimbursement.

2) Pay for the title transfer (you can get a simple professional transfer for about $100) I've used this licensed document Prep. company and the owner is a Tugger. - Note, this is my personal recommendation, not as a representative of TUG.

3) Reserve a popular holiday week in 2010 or 2011 for the new owner
Good luck!
We initially joined TUG in 1998. When we purchased two timeshares with Pahio (Bali Hai eoy and Kaeo Kai every year. I have developed severe medical condition in 2008 (metastatic breast cancer). We are unable to maintain our maintenance fees due to dr bills. Is there any way we can get rid of them before next Aug fees are due? If there is any way we can cover the cost of this years fees? Any help is appreciated.
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Old January 27, 2011, 08:13 PM   #5
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Hi - If you give your timeshare away before Aug., the new owner will pay the fees. I would use the method at the top of this thread to give it away.

One way to cover this year's fees is to reserve a popular week (mid-summer is popular in Hawaii) and rent it out.

Right now, a lot of people are trying to rent their timeshares, so you want to price your week competitively, market it well, and make sure you have a lot of traffic - because you have a lot of competition. I personally use these cheap or free websites to post my Ads:

TUG Timeshare Marketplace - http://tug2.com/timesharemarketplace/
1 year Membership - $15
Ads - free up to 25

www.craigslist.org (free)

www.redweek.com
Membership - $14.99 for 12 months
Timeshare Rental Ads - $24.99/ea for 6 Months
Timeshare Resale Ads - $59.99/ea for 12 Months

www.myresortnetwork.com
Membership - free
Timeshare Rental Ads - $19.95 ($24.95 - floating weeks)
Timeshare Resale Ads - $34.95

There is also a list of resale websites at the top of the Buying, Selling, Renting, board that you may want to take a look at.

Some people don't like Craigslist, because you get a lot of scammers who respond, but they are painfully obvious, and I just ignore them. Another tool I use to eliminate the scammers is that I only accept payment by Paypal which requires a verified bank account or credit card to be registered. I just rented my Hawaii timeshare for full asking price on Craigs list. On Craigslist, you need to create a Craigslist Acct., create 3 different Ads with different titles and wording, and rotate them every 3 days. You don't have to rewrite the Ads - if you create an Acct. they will be saved in your Acct. and you can just delete the oldest one, and repost a new one, every 3 days.

WHATEVER YOU DO, DON'T PAY ANYONE A LARGE UPFRONT FEE TO RENT OR SELL YOUR TIMESHARE - THAT IS ALWAYS A SCAM!
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Old January 27, 2011, 09:07 PM   #6
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Hi - If you give your timeshare away before Aug., the new owner will pay the fees. I would use the method at the top of this thread to give it away.

One way to cover this year's fees is to reserve a popular week (mid-summer is popular in Hawaii) and rent it out.

Right now, a lot of people are trying to rent their timeshares, so you want to price your week competitively, market it well, and make sure you have a lot of traffic - because you have a lot of competition. I personally use these cheap or free websites to post my Ads:

TUG Timeshare Marketplace - http://tug2.com/timesharemarketplace/
1 year Membership - $15
Ads - free up to 25

www.craigslist.org (free)

www.redweek.com
Membership - $14.99 for 12 months
Timeshare Rental Ads - $24.99/ea for 6 Months
Timeshare Resale Ads - $59.99/ea for 12 Months

www.myresortnetwork.com
Membership - free
Timeshare Rental Ads - $19.95 ($24.95 - floating weeks)
Timeshare Resale Ads - $34.95

There is also a list of resale websites at the top of the Buying, Selling, Renting, board that you may want to take a look at.

Some people don't like Craigslist, because you get a lot of scammers who respond, but they are painfully obvious, and I just ignore them. Another tool I use to eliminate the scammers is that I only accept payment by Paypal which requires a verified bank account or credit card to be registered. I just rented my Hawaii timeshare for full asking price on Craigs list. On Craigslist, you need to create a Craigslist Acct., create 3 different Ads with different titles and wording, and rotate them every 3 days. You don't have to rewrite the Ads - if you create an Acct. they will be saved in your Acct. and you can just delete the oldest one, and repost a new one, every 3 days.

WHATEVER YOU DO, DON'T PAY ANYONE A LARGE UPFRONT FEE TO RENT OR SELL YOUR TIMESHARE - THAT IS ALWAYS A SCAM!
Thank you for the quick response. Your information was very helpful.
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Old May 16, 2011, 04:58 PM   #7
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Inherited Timeshare

My sister and I inherited my parent's timeshare and we are in the process of researching how to give it away.
I see in your information a resource for handling the title transfer. What other closing costs are involved with this type of transaction?
We had an appraiser go out to the property last week and have received that information and we have the deed.
My parents had this timeshare for years and we never have been there and are unable to use it. We have very basic knowledge of the timeshare program so any help we can get will be appreciated!
Thanks!

Barbara

By the way, the unit is in Northslope in PA and my parents were quarter owners.

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Old May 16, 2011, 05:03 PM   #8
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My sister and I inherited my parent's timeshare and we are in the process of researching how to give it away.
I see in your information a resource for handling the title transfer. What other closing costs are involved with this type of transaction?
We had an appraiser go out to the property last week and have received that information and we have the deed.
My parents had this timeshare for years and we never have been there and are unable to use it. We have very basic knowledge of the timeshare program so any help we can get will be appreciated!
Thanks!

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By the way, the unit is in Northslope in PA and my parents were quarter owners.
A quarter ownership is not really a timeshare. Timeshares are sold by the week. I think I'd check with several local real estate agents and see if there is any local market.
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Old May 16, 2011, 07:45 PM   #9
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We have a schedule of the weeks that they had for the unit. I know they could sell their weeks (not sure if sell is the proper terminology - in the past others used their weeks and they received money for it).

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Old May 16, 2011, 07:50 PM   #10
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We have a schedule of the weeks that they had for the unit. I know they could sell their weeks (not sure if sell is the proper terminology - in the past others used their weeks and they received money for it).

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Is Northslope in Monroe County, PA near Tannersville? If so, it is next door to Camelback Ski Area. And near the Mt Airy Lodge & Casino.Don't count on the gamblers as a source of rentals; skiers are more likely.
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Linda,
Yes, Northslope is in Monroe County. I know skiing is popular in that area. What about golf?
My sister and I have not been to the unit so we are unfamiliar with what is up there. I went to Mt. Airy Lodge on my Senior class trip in the 70's so that is all the experience I have LOL!

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Old June 18, 2011, 02:38 AM   #12
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Transfer papers

I am in the process of listing my timeshare in Canada up for sale for free here on the board but where do you get the papers for transfer of a timeshare and instructions on closing costs??

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Old June 18, 2011, 11:03 AM   #13
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Thank you

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See my suggestion in post #1 - it is listed as item 2 in the post.

You should call the resort management directly and as them if the resort has a transfer fee.
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Old June 23, 2011, 01:08 PM   #14
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Getting Rid of a Westgate Timeshare

First, let me thank all of those who have been so helpful in posting information on this site.

I HAD a timeshare at Westgate Vacation Villas. It was a 1 bedroom. My daughter and I no longer could afford it so I started the resale process. After several calls to Westgate and speaking with everyone there, I found a person who was willing to present our offer of turning over the interval to Westgate for nothing as we were ready to use your site to give it away. Now this took nearly a year but as of June 2 Westgate is now the proud owner of the interval at NO cost to us. At the beginning of this time consuming process all fees were current.

I do not know if other developers are as helpful but Westgate Vacation Villas were actively selling intervals so this in fact just got returned to their inventory. All I can suggest is persistence in contacting the company and throwing yourself on their mercy.

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First, let me thank all of those who have been so helpful in posting information on this site.

I HAD a timeshare at Westgate Vacation Villas. It was a 1 bedroom. My daughter and I no longer could afford it so I started the resale process. After several calls to Westgate and speaking with everyone there, I found a person who was willing to present our offer of turning over the interval to Westgate for nothing as we were ready to use your site to give it away. Now this took nearly a year but as of June 2 Westgate is now the proud owner of the interval at NO cost to us. At the beginning of this time consuming process all fees were current.

I do not know if other developers are as helpful but Westgate Vacation Villas were actively selling intervals so this in fact just got returned to their inventory. All I can suggest is persistence in contacting the company and throwing yourself on their mercy.

Good Luck!!!!
Thanks for sharing your experience. It just continues prove that owners do not need to pay a Post Card Company or charity thousands of dollars to take a timeshare off their hands.
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Hi - If you give your timeshare away before Aug., the new owner will pay the fees. I would use the method at the top of this thread to give it away.

One way to cover this year's fees is to reserve a popular week (mid-summer is popular in Hawaii) and rent it out.

Right now, a lot of people are trying to rent their timeshares, so you want to price your week competitively, market it well, and make sure you have a lot of traffic - because you have a lot of competition. I personally use these cheap or free websites to post my Ads:

TUG Timeshare Marketplace - http://tug2.com/timesharemarketplace/
1 year Membership - $15
Ads - free up to 25

www.craigslist.org (free)

www.redweek.com
Membership - $14.99 for 12 months
Timeshare Rental Ads - $24.99/ea for 6 Months
Timeshare Resale Ads - $59.99/ea for 12 Months

www.myresortnetwork.com
Membership - free
Timeshare Rental Ads - $19.95 ($24.95 - floating weeks)
Timeshare Resale Ads - $34.95

There is also a list of resale websites at the top of the Buying, Selling, Renting, board that you may want to take a look at.

Some people don't like Craigslist, because you get a lot of scammers who respond, but they are painfully obvious, and I just ignore them. Another tool I use to eliminate the scammers is that I only accept payment by Paypal which requires a verified bank account or credit card to be registered. I just rented my Hawaii timeshare for full asking price on Craigs list. On Craigslist, you need to create a Craigslist Acct., create 3 different Ads with different titles and wording, and rotate them every 3 days. You don't have to rewrite the Ads - if you create an Acct. they will be saved in your Acct. and you can just delete the oldest one, and repost a new one, every 3 days.

WHATEVER YOU DO, DON'T PAY ANYONE A LARGE UPFRONT FEE TO RENT OR SELL YOUR TIMESHARE - THAT IS ALWAYS A SCAM!
New guy here.

Would putting your money in an escrow account be considered paying an upfront fee?

Thanks
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New guy here.

Would putting your money in an escrow account be considered paying an upfront fee?

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Absolutely - HOW are you going to make them give it back to you, and WHY should the SELLER put money in an escrow account?

This SCREAMS scam!
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First, let me thank all of those who have been so helpful in posting information on this site.

I HAD a timeshare at Westgate Vacation Villas. It was a 1 bedroom. My daughter and I no longer could afford it so I started the resale process. After several calls to Westgate and speaking with everyone there, I found a person who was willing to present our offer of turning over the interval to Westgate for nothing as we were ready to use your site to give it away. Now this took nearly a year but as of June 2 Westgate is now the proud owner of the interval at NO cost to us. At the beginning of this time consuming process all fees were current.

I do not know if other developers are as helpful but Westgate Vacation Villas were actively selling intervals so this in fact just got returned to their inventory. All I can suggest is persistence in contacting the company and throwing yourself on their mercy.

Good Luck!!!!
Wow, I think I will try this... We have a 2 bedroom we are trying to give away. May I ask who you spoke to? Do you think we have a chance at giving it back to Westgate? Thanks...

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I contacted my resort at Vacation Village at Parkway in Kissimmee and they said they currently don't have a deed back program and I would have to find a resale company. Sending me to the scammers!
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Usually resort don't send letter to previous owner to let them know they are not responsible for future MF.
Nice try!!

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You registered on this board just today, but you have already posted twice in different threads. Both of your posts were to extoll the virtues of a company using a business model most of us believe to be fraudulent.

You posted no financial details of your deal with them (other than that you think their fee was "reasonable").

The only detail that you did post -- that the resort sent you a certified letter as you describe above -- is something none of us have ever heard of in literally thousands of transactions.

Why should I (or anyone) believe you?
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I feel silly for asking this, but if I am giving away a timeshare, does there need to be a contract between myself and the recipient? Or can we go straight to the title transfer, resort transfer, etc.?
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Whether you use a contract or not it up to you and the new owner - the county recorder's office and the TS title office won't ask to see it.

I have gotten two free TS's from Tuggers. For one we just did the basic title transfer and for the other the owner emailed me a basic contract that she copied from another contract.
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First, let me thank all of those who have been so helpful in posting information on this site.

I HAD a timeshare at Westgate Vacation Villas. It was a 1 bedroom. My daughter and I no longer could afford it so I started the resale process. After several calls to Westgate and speaking with everyone there, I found a person who was willing to present our offer of turning over the interval to Westgate for nothing as we were ready to use your site to give it away. Now this took nearly a year but as of June 2 Westgate is now the proud owner of the interval at NO cost to us. At the beginning of this time consuming process all fees were current.

I do not know if other developers are as helpful but Westgate Vacation Villas were actively selling intervals so this in fact just got returned to their inventory. All I can suggest is persistence in contacting the company and throwing yourself on their mercy.

Good Luck!!!!
I was worried about doing that for fear they would sue me for the 2012 fees. Did they agree to take it back or did you just do a quit claim deed?
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