You must be realistic about selling your timeshare. Pricing will more than likely be one of your main issues. Try not to price it too high because you probably will not be able to get as much money out of it as you originally put into it. Overpricing will leave your timeshare on the market for an extended period of time, creating additional expenses for you.
Advertising should be an important part of your plan. Try to use inexpensive ways to advertise your timeshare when at all possible. By using the internet, you can find sites where you can list your timeshare for free. Take advantage of these when you can.
You might also want to contact a real estate agency for help in selling your timeshare. Most of these people will charge you a fee and/or commission for helping you, so be prepared for this going in. You should not, however, have to pay any upfront fees. If someone requests upfront fees from you, look elsewhere for another agent.
Another good idea is to list your timeshare on auction sites like eBay. You should also be able to use the resort’s facilities for advertising your timeshare. Place advertisements on notice boards at your own resort, as well as other housing communities and local stores.
Be aware that the timeshare market has attracted a lot of con artists. Most of these people will prey on your desire to get rid of your timeshare, so be on the lookout for promises that sound too good to be true. If something sounds too easy, it probably is.
If you go into this whole process with a keen awareness of the potential for encountering con artists, you should be fine in trying to get rid of your timeshare. Make sure that you maintain realistic expectations so that you can sell your timeshare faster than you might have planned. If you follow some basic guidelines, you can make the sale of your timeshare a relatively painless thing.