(Closed) Renting a Timeshare

posted 7 years ago in Honeymoons
Post # 3
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2010

Well most timeshares are run by a management company (RCI, Interval, etc.), so you might want to ask him if his is run by the management company. With all those management companies they can put the timeshare rental in your name (we own a timeshare managed through RCI and have had no problem gifting out our weeks).

Your other options is to call up the Resort you will be staying at and asking about the procedure. If there is some sort of paperwork that needs to be filled out they can let you know how to do that. I’ve only rented or exchanged through RCI, so I’d be a little hesitant to rent completely outside of the timeshare management system. Smile

Post # 5
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612 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2010

Oh trust me, those place are more than excited to talk about timeshares and how it works. 😀

They might offer you a timeshare demonstration. If you have 2-4 hours to kills they are fun! You get free food, free tickets for dinners, shows, etc. and they give you tours. I’ve been to probably 6 or 7 timeshare presentations, but we only bought one because it was in a place we knew we wanted to go back to.

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