I've been battling the whole issue of letting people buy timeshare as opposed to selling it to them for years now; in print and in person. The standard response by those with years more experience than me in timeshare is, "but people don't wake up one day and decide they want a timeshare; timeshare is not a sought after product."
Can someone please tell me what is a sought after product? Other than the basic necessities of life, e.g. clothing, food, shelter, nothing we purchase is a sought after product. That is until it is marketed or advertised or recommended to us in which case we "need" it and can't imagine our lives without it.
But timeshare stubbornly clings to the theory that it is somehow different than everything else out there.
I have a news flash, it isn't. You want people to buy more timeshare, advertise it.