Whether you are transferring ownership of a timeshare to a new owner, gifting it to a family member, or trying to resell your timeshare, you will need to have a deed prepared. This is a legal document that is signed by the owning spouse and serves as proof of your ownership.
The deed must be recorded in the county where the timeshare is located. It is important that you choose a reputable timeshare title transfer company to complete the transfer.
The transfer of timeshare ownership is usually governed by state statutes. New laws are often passed by the state legislature to change existing laws. It is best to work with a real estate attorney to prepare the deed.
The timeshare transfer process may take several weeks to complete. Some countries may take longer due to their specific transfer laws.
Before you start the process of transferring ownership of your timeshare, you need to contact the resort to determine if it is legal. You may also want to have your timeshare appraised. It is best to find out the approximate value of your timeshare before searching for a buyer.
You can also find bargain timeshares on the internet or through telephone advertisements. A good timeshare title transfer company will complete the transfer in a reasonable time frame.
After you have purchased your timeshare, you will need to find a buyer. You may want to work with a timeshare management company to help you complete the transfer.