12 Questions to Ask Before Buying a Timeshare (1/12)

Have you ever attended a free information session on a timeshare? If you have, you know there can be a lot of pressure to buy. Don’t rush in - use these 12 questions to help you decide if a timeshare is right for you.

 1. What Does It Include?

1. What Does It Include?

Typically you’re allowed a specific amount of time each year. Some timeshares include other perks such as airfare, car rentals or food. Be sure to check out exactly what you’re getting and get a confirmation in writing. 

 

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