There’s a great irony in the idea of owning a timeshare condominium. On paper (and in a polished sales presentation) the idea of a timeshare sounds too good to be true. The problem is that that is often the case.
Timeshares are usually sold to excited buyers who sit through sales pitches put forth by very savvy salespeople who know their audience well and know how to sell them on the idea of having a share in a glamorous condo. These condos are usually located in very desirable vacation resort areas, like Hawaii or Vegas or near Disney World. The price always seems right, as the buyer only has to own a share of the property, what could go wrong? Unfortunately, quite a lot.
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Many timeshare buyers end up with buyer’s remorse, as the reality sets in about sharing a property. Some owners don’t get to use their property as much as they wish, and soon the whole idea of the timeshare gets a bit tarnished. The unfortunate reality for many buyers is that when they decide they want to sell, they are faced with the fact that they’ve signed a contract that had a lot of fine print they failed to understand. Many owners have found themselves trapped making ongoing payments on a property they don’t use and don’t want anymore. All of the problems with timeshare contracts have led many legal firms to set up special consulting areas to deal with them. Though this may seem extreme, the reality is that people need legal help in order to be treated fairly as far as these contracts go.
If you have found yourself stuck in a bad timeshare contract, consider getting legal help today. No one should be legally bound in a deceptive contract, so get the help you need now.