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Make an Educated Timeshare Decision

Far too often, the timeshare experience doesn’t match the presentation. A number of timeshare owners reach a point where they aren’t sure what to believe. Whether they’re tired of being misled by the resort or resale opportunities haven’t panned out, contract termination eventually becomes an option worth considering. With so many scams flooding the cancellation market, it can be difficult to know who you can trust. This is why we take the time to get to know your situation before presenting you with any solutions. We take pride in our reputation. Scheduling a free timeshare consultation allows you to understand your options so you can make an educated decision on what to do next with the property.

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How to Get Out of Timeshares

An overview of our detailed cancellation process:

Exhaust Your Available Options

Organize Complaint & Documents

Determine Cancellation

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If you happen to be located in the Phoenix area, our office is located in Old Town Scottsdale, Arizona! Instead of getting to know members of our team over the phone, you can meet one of our experienced timeshare consultants for a personalized contract analysis.

Timeshare Blog and News

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4 Changes in the Timeshare Industry That Owners Should be Aware of.

Due to the current state of our country, the inability to use your timeshare may seem valid. Pandemic-driven restrictions have made it nearly impossible for anyone to enjoy any type of vacation over the past year. At the same time, it’s important that owners are able to move forward with an informed state of mind. Truth be told, there are some changes in the timeshare industry that owners ought to take note of.

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Real Estate Dispute Over What Defines a Timeshare in St. Helena, CA.

This past week, the city of St. Helena was sued after accusing a stand alone housing operation for being a timeshare entity. Pacaso, a five-home development project, claims to offer homeownership for up to 8 different tenets per each property. But the city hasn’t been buying it and on April 6th, Pacaso fired back.

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