Alameda, California (EastBayDaily) — Selling Timeshares, Inc. has released an informative blog article covering the most common concepts surrounding deeded timeshares. The company's website, SellingTimeshares.Net, runs a blog focused on the education of current and future timeshare owners.
The article has been posted at the following URL: http://www.sellingtimeshares.net/what-does-it-mean-timeshare-deed/
A deeded timeshare generally represents fractional ownership of a vacation property. The two common types of timeshare deeds are points-based and week-based ownerships. An owner can choose to be deeded to a specific resort, on a specific week and a particular unit size, or simply own the rights to a number of vacation points, which they can spend at a network of resorts within their vacation club.
In order to cater to each owner’s personal style of travel, the way each timeshare club sells their ownership can vary greatly. Also, each timeshare club has their own specific rules and stipulations for the transfer and use of the ownership. The company believes becoming educated about these facets of timeshare ownership can help those new to vacation clubs better select which one will work best for them.
The article provides more detail about what timeshare deeds are and how they work with each type of timeshare system. “The goal is to break-down and explain a seemingly complex system in manageable, bite-size pieces…” explains Patrick Fry, the author of the article.
This release is just one of the many articles that can be found on their timeshare blog. The SellingTimeshare.Net’s blog features timeshare articles, resort reviews, exclusive resort pictures, and is accompanied by their on-site YouTube channel that has informational timeshare-related videos.
Selling Timeshare, Inc’s On-Site YouTube Channel can be found at: http://www.sellingtimeshares.net/category/articles/youtube-videos-articles/
About Selling Timeshares, Inc. Selling Timeshares, Inc. has positioned itself as specializing in high-end, name-brand vacation ownerships ever since broker, Seth Nock, incorporated the company in 2005. Selling Timeshares is comprised of a group of Licensed Real Estate Professionals with years of experience with the most popular vacation networks offered in today’s market. They are a full service timeshare resale brokerage that does not charge an upfront fee to sell.