Sledge, MS (PRWEB) April 18, 2006
For many years the burning question amongst owners has been how to sell their timeshare weeks. As there are only a few companies that run a successful resales operation it has often been impossible for owners to sell – that is until now.
The Internet auction giant Ebay has provided a timeshare section on its website where sellers can list their weeks for sale and buyers can browse the enormous range offered and find the property that best suits their need without paying out expensive commissions and listing fees.
One such couple, Dave and Veronica Maunders from Stockport, told us of their experience: “we had owned timeshare in Lanzarote for 15 years and after we retired were more interested in spending our holidays closer to home. We had advertised our week with a resale company in the paper but had heard nothing for over a year. Our daughter put in on Ebay just before Christmas and within a week we had sold it for a good price and were really happy with the deal. The whole process was painless and hassle free – we accepted an offer and received the money through Paypal”.
The Internet site, which has been online in one form or another since 1995, auctions just about every product and service imaginable and can be an excellent resource for finding the best timeshare bargains around. Millions of collectibles, appliances, computers, furniture, equipment, vehicles, and other miscellaneous items are listed, bought, and sold daily and to date the largest item ever sold was a World War II submarine which was sold by a town in New England USA.
For a discussion on how to buy and sell timeshare visit: http://www.thetimeshareforum.com
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