Thursday, March 31, 2011
10 Reasons To Buy A Timeshare-#6
In terms of planning your vacation you fall into one of these four categories: 1) Long-Term Planner 2) Short-Term Planner 3) Let's Try Something New 4) I Like Routine I am well aware of the exchanging problems that many owners experience on a yearly basis and I'm not going to whitewash them. However, if you fall into one of these four categories, you are in luck. Long-term (1 year or more) planners are likely to get what they want in an exchange, provided they own the right product. Short-term (90 days or less) planners will be rewarded with a plethora of options due to other owners not understanding the system or cancelling. Staying away from requesting a specific resort, or even a specific area, the "let's try something new" people will find thousands of resorts that offer great vacation experiences. Sure, Hawaii, Myrtle B each, Sanibel Island, Newport Beach and Vail may be tough to get into, but how about Texas, Minnesota, New Mexico or Indiana? And you dyed-in-the wool "we only go to the Wisconsin Dells every year the 2nd week of July people?" Wonderful! Get a fixed week at your reosrt and voila---no reservations necessary.