If you need a way out, the best way to sell Worldmark timeshare is to contact your resort first. Worldmark falls under Wyndham Destinations, where they have many reliable options and safe solutions for owners. There are other ways to get out of your Worldmark timeshare, like selling it.

What is Worldmark by Wyndham?

Worldmark by Wyndham is a brand of vacation ownership under Wyndham Destinations. Worldmark timeshare owners have the advantage of using a points-based, flexible system to travel to over 90 resorts worldwide.

Wyndham and Worldmark timeshares are some of the most well-known on the market, with millions of members and destinations across the globe. Frequent travelers love Worldmark by Wyndham because of the flexibility and immense opportunities for vacations. Besides Worldmark, resort brands under Wyndham include Club Wyndham, Margaritaville Vacation Club, Shell Vacations Club and more.

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Contact Worldmark by Wyndham First

If you are thinking of selling your Worldmark timeshare or getting out of it, the best way to start is by calling your resort. Their customer service teams can guide you to safe solutions, like Wyndham Cares or Ovation by Wyndham. These programs are put in place to guide owners away from fraudulent third-parties or resale scams. After all, Wyndham Destinations has a huge reputation to manage and their number one goal is customer satisfaction.

Wyndham and Worldmark understand that sometimes their owners can no longer hold onto their timeshares. Defaulting on your ownership or falling victim to timeshare scams also hurts the industry, as well as other owners.

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They may also ask you why you are choosing to sell your Worldmark timeshare. There are many ways to get the most use out of your ownership. For example, exchanging your timeshare on networks like RCI can bring you to every corner of the world. If there are some years you don’t end up using your Worldmark points, you can even rent them out to help cover maintenance fees.

Avoid “Exit” or “Cancellation” Companies

Part of the reason we advise every timeshare owner to contact their resort developer first is because there are so many timeshare resale scams out there. Worldmark and Wyndham are members of the American Resort Development Association, and so they follow strict ethical guidelines. If a company or firm advises you to stop paying your maintenance fees or loan, charges steep upfront fees or offers a guarantee to get you out of your ownership, take warning.

Timeshares do not appreciate in value, and they’re not always that easy to get out of. Some people may be turned off by the idea of receiving pennies on the dollar for their ownership, but selling your interest or coming to a solution with Worldmark is the best way to get out.

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How We Help Owners Sell Worldmark Timeshare

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As a trusted member of ARDA, Timeshares Only can help you sell Worldmark timeshare. If Wyndham or Worldmark directs you to a resale company like us, we can assist with making an eye-catching advertisement of your ownership.

First, we will go over what you own. If there’s anything you’re unsure of, we can help with gathering all of the info that we need to get the process going. To get the right buyers eyes on your timeshare, knowing how many points you own with Worldmark is especially helpful.

If you are in need of catching up on your timeshare maintenance fees, our TO GO program can offer cash when you enroll. Or if you’re not sure you’re ready to let go of your ownership yet, we can also help you post your Worldmark timeshare for rent.

Once your Worldmark points are posted for sale on the largest resort marketplace (that’s us!), we promote your ad to hundreds of buyers through digital technology, billboards, TV, radio and more. Don’t think a buyer out there exists? In reality, tons of people look to buy timeshare on the resale market because of the great deals and low-pressure sales.

If we get an offer on your posting, our sister company at Fidelity Real Estate can reach out to you, with your permission, to go over the next steps. You can choose to handle the sale of your timeshare on your own, but we recommend going with a trusted, licensed real estate brokerage.

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Mia Reid is a University of Central Florida graduate with a Bachelor of Arts in English - Creative Writing. She specializes in writing, editing, search engine optimization, as well as graphic design and digital marketing. Mia's past experience is diverse, with a history of interning at UCF's own literary magazine, blog writing for local nonprofits and making weekly op-ed pieces for The Odyssey. She has lived in Orlando, Florida for 21 years and enjoys hiking, spending time at her local lake and being with her family.

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