There are several things to keep in mind when creating a posting online to rent or sell your timeshare:
- You should fully disclose any fees that will affect the final rental or sale price. (This does not include any escrow services and fees that may be applied). Here’s a list of fees that may apply to your unit: an owner imposed non-refundable deposit, an owner-imposed cleaning fee, all-inclusive fee, a resort per-person surcharge, or guest certificate fee).
- You may only advertise one unit per posting and that ad should not make mention of any additional units you may have available for sale or rent at the same or other resorts.
- You should list the highest asking price for your unit in the “Price” section of your posting. If the price of your unit varies by season, lower seasonal prices should be listed in the “Details” section of your posting.
To be fully prepared, so there are no surprises, you’ll want to read the full articles with more specific details about posting a timeshare for rent, and the additional resources regarding posting a timeshare for sale online.