When it comes to choosing the right timeshare rental company, there is a right and a wrong way to go about it. At Resort Travel Management, we adhere to high standards in everything we do, and you should too. That’s why we have put together a brief overview of the do’s and don’ts of choosing a timeshare rental company. The more knowledge you have at your disposal, the better decisions you will be able to make regarding your timeshare property.


Get it in Writing

Whenever you enter into a business transaction, make sure to get all of the details in writing. If there are any discrepancies later on, you will have all of the relevant information at your fingertips.

Ask Questions

Don’t be afraid to ask questions. Knowledge and familiarity with the timeshare and the process can only ever benefit you. Before entering into an agreement or signing a contract, make sure that you are apprised of all pertinent details; that way there won’t be any surprises a few months down the road.


Don’t Pay Fees Upfront

Most legitimate businesses refrain from charging upfront fees without rendering a service. This might not always be the case, but it is worth keeping in mind. Staying aware of any and all fees is a prudent practice to implement, no matter the transaction.

Don’t use the rental company set up by the timeshare organizations.

This may seem like the easiest way to go when you want to either rent a timeshare for your own use or if you want to rent out a timeshare you currently own. However, the truth is that this route is not financially beneficial to you, but rather to the company. If you are renting out a timeshare that you own, the company will take in anywhere from 30-40% of the rental fee, leaving you with a drastically smaller net profit than you would gain otherwise.

Resort Travel Management makes it easy to sell your unused Diamond, Bluegreen, or Wyndham timeshare points. Let us do the work for you: We handle every step of the rental process, ensuring you get the best value for your points without paying any fees. To learn more, contact us today.