What Happens When You Don't Pay Timeshare Maintenance Fees

By Noah Belachew | Content Writer

What are Timeshare Maintenance Fees?

Timeshare Maintenance Fees are payments that timeshare owners must make periodically.

The payments vary based on the resort or developer, but most are either paid annually, monthly, or quarterly.

How Often Do You Need to Pay Timeshare Maintenance Fees?

What Are These Fees Used For?

Timeshare Maintenance Fees are used to cover updates to the amenities and accommodations, as well as paying the employees.

If you don’t pay the fees, you’ll default on your ownership, and your credit score will be hurt. Plus, defaulting on your ownership will show up on your credit score.

What Happens When You Don't Pay Timeshare Maintenance Fees?

What to Do When You Don't Want to Pay the Fees

Many resorts and developers will buy the timeshare back from you directly! You can also try the resale market.

The secondary market gives you plenty of control over how to handle your timeshare. You can decide the price to sell your timeshare for, set the terms, and ultimately choose who the timeshare goes to.

Why Use the Secondary Market?

Working With Fidelity to Sell Your Timeshare

FREA has 20 years of industry experience and an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau, so we’re a trustworthy, credible authority in the secondary market.

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