Purchasing a timeshare is purchasing an interest in a piece of real estate, most often a vacation property.
Timeshares sell very hard, this is why sellers do their best to trick people into purchasing. So, if you attended a sales presentation and walked out owning a timeshare, take a little time and try to determine if that was really what you wanted and needed.
Owning a timeshare is not cheap and you will have to keep paying fees, taxes and assessments, just for having a place to use maybe about 1-2 weeks per year.
If weighting the pros and cons make you want to cancel your timeshare contract, you can do this, but do not lose more time and act quickly. There are laws in most states that allow buyers to cancel the contract. The reasons why you may want this cancellation do not matter.
Whether you realize you cannot actually afford timeshare ownership, or you simply have second thoughts about the necessity of owning a timeshare, it is time to regain control and cancel the contract. The companies that sell timeshare ownerships are also another process to consider. Talk to a timeshare attorney and start the preparations as soon as possible.
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