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What does “Week” mean?

When you buy a timeshare, you purchase a certain amount of time at a given resort. Generally, that amount of time is one week. Resorts create their own individual schedules or calendars of weeks. Usually, weeks are given a number starting with the first week in January and continuing through the end of December and will begin on a Friday, Saturday, or Sunday. The week designation on the ad shows during which week of the year the owner has access to the resort.

What does “Float” mean?

When you buy a timeshare, a floating week allows the owner to reserve any week throughout the year. Some floating weeks are restricted by season and can only be used during a certain span of time during the year. For instance, a summer floating week could be used during any week that falls within the defined summer months.

What are points for?

Owners of point-based vacation ownership systems purchase points for use as currency to reserve timeshare accommodations of various sizes during different seasons and for varying lengths of time. After you buy a timeshare, points can sometimes also be used for other vacation products such as airfare, hotel stays, and auto rentals.

What does “Maintenance Fee” mean?

Maintenance fees are established and collected by the Homeowners Association or Resort Management Company at each resort to maintain the property and pay for insurance, utilities, and refurbishments. Maintenance fees vary with each resort and depend on the size and type of unit.

If there isn’t a maintenance fee mentioned on the ad, how do I find out what it is? Does the omission mean that there isn’t one?

Just because an ad doesn’t mention a maintenance fee doesn’t mean there isn’t one. Maintenance fees in the ads are estimated because they fluctuate year by year. When you buy a timeshare, to find the cost and due date of a maintenance fee for an ad that interests you, simply fill in the form for more information.

What does “Annual” or “Biennial” mean?

Some timeshare usage is every year (annual), while others are every-other year (biennial).

What does “Odd year” or “Even year” mean?

Odd and even year usages are biennial ownership programs. Weeks with odd year usage can be used during years ending in odd numbers while weeks with even year usage can be used during years ending in even numbers.

What does “Right To Use” or “Deeded” mean?

A Right To Use or Leased property grants the purchaser the right to use the timeshare for a specified period of time allotted in the contract. The usual term of a lease is 30 to 99 years. The resort management or resort entity holds actual ownership of the resort property. Upon the expiration of the lease term, the right to use will generally terminate and return to the resort. A Deeded property has the same rights of ownership accorded to it as any deeded real estate. The owner owns it in perpetuity and may sell, rent, bequeath, or give away the property.