How Do Timeshare Values Change Over Time?

By Noah Belachew

What is a timeshare?

A timeshare is a property that is divided for use by multiple owners. Each owner uses the property for a set period of time. (Usually a week).

Timeshares aren’t an investment. As a result, the financial value of a share goes down after it has been purchased. This is because they're meant to be enjoyed, not sold.

How D0es Their Value Change?

How Value Changes Through Use

Timeshares are very versatile. You can use a share affiliated with a vacation exchange network to travel the world or gift it to a loved one.

While most timeshares depreciate in value over time, there is one exception: Disney Vacation Club. Many DVC timeshares actually appreciate in value.

Timeshare Values With DVC

Next, let's take a look at some Disney Vacation Club Resorts that have appreciated in value over time.

Disney's Grand Californian

This resort oozes style at every corner. From premium accommodations to expert-style elegance, you’ll be sure to have a luxurious stay here.

Located in Hawaii, Aulani is known for its world-class experiences, like its beautiful beach, interactive splash zone, and lots and lots of pools. 

Aulani, a Disney Resort & Spa

Buying a timeshare

While most timeshares don't appreciate in value, there's a lot to love about them. Check out the link below to learn more about buying a timeshare.

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