By Justin Zouhari
As a next-of-kin or estate beneficiary of a family member who owns a timeshare in perpetuity, you can inherit that vacation ownership.
Most vacation ownership that’s owned by deceased individuals becomes part of their estate when they pass away personal assets & timeshares are also passed down.
There are options like renting, selling, giving it away, or abandoning the ownership.
Our marketplace allows you to rent out your vacation ownership if you inherit one that you won’t use. Renting it out will allow you to cover your annual dues.
You can sell your timeshare by posting it on our marketplace. Our resale experts can create an ad campaign tailored specifically to your vacation ownership to target buyers.
Someone you know might have an interest in taking over your parents' timeshare that you’re trying to get rid of. Luckily, you won’t be responsible for the fees anymore.
We do not provide estate-planning advice, so if you need assistance with managing your inheritance, please contact a reputable attorney or professional.
This one of a kind platform allows you to convert your vacation ownership into credits, which you can then use on exclusive benefits and savings related to travel.
If you’ve decided to get rid of your parents’ timeshare, we’re here to help!