Valencia, CA (PRWEB) May 02, 2013
Delta Travel is not only a travel club; they are a problem solver. Not only do they book vacations for members at cost, they assist members in getting unwanted timeshares sold at a fair and generous market price.
The new program partners up with another company to offer not only a sale option of a timeshare, but also a rental. Not only that, the new program can also allow one to instantly remove the timeshare for a fraction of the price it normally would cost.
Too many people have been scammed to pay $600, $800 or even thousands of dollars upfront to get their timeshares sold, for what was promised to them, twice the value of what they paid for them. Unfortunately, the timeshare is listed on a website and never sold. Some were even promised that if their timeshare is not sold, they will get their money back, but again that never happens.
Delta does not sell the timeshares for their members but has an expert broker in the industry to handle these duties. This broker works with the developers directly in getting these timeshares sold and for a fair price, often what one originally paid. According to Delta Management, "Its a win-win for everyone. The original owner gets their timeshares sold. The new owner gets a great deal and feel at ease buying from a reputable agent. And the developer gets a new owner that is happy to pay its maintenance fees."
Developers have been known to scare timeshare owners into keeping their timeshare, worrying them with the facts that many timeshares are offered for sale on Ebay for as little as a dollar. But who in their right mind would buy a timeshare for a dollar and think they're getting something of legitimate value.
Delta also offers a trade in program for certain eligible timeshare.
The only other way to get rid of one's timeshare would be to hire an attorney and pay them $4,000 but one doesn't receive any money back and they've lost their original purchase money.
That's why members of Delta are thrilled to have a viable shot at getting money for their timeshare that no longer suits their needs.