Begin by reframing the question to “What is the best way to get out of a timeshare?” What sounds like mere semantics is actually an important distinction. You see, there are many unscrupulous entities out there operating both inside and outside of the U.S. that claim to have surefire ways to get rid of a timeshare. Unfortunately, those may not be legal ways. In many cases, all they really get rid of is your hard-earned money.
At Lonestar Transfer, we believe that the best way to get rid of a timeshare is to work with a company that follows the law, operates from an actual, physical office based in the U.S., and commits to keep its clients informed. Steer clear of any company that does not meet these criteria.
Lonestar Transfer is not a listing company. We do not make promises to timeshare owners that we cannot fulfill. For example, many companies promise to sell your timeshare or even claim to have an interested buyer. Beware of such companies. After all, if timeshares could be easily sold, you would not be looking for a way to get rid of such a property.
We can request that you sign a new legal deed. Because this removes your name from the timeshare, it immediately releases you from all liability.
We provide a 100% written guarantee and have earned glowing testimonials.
If we use your service, can my spouse and I be assured that our children will not inherit the timeshare and thus be burdened by its costs?
Yes. Your names will be removed from the deed.
We, as a company, cannot stop the liability of all timeshares. It is very important for us to ask you a few questions that will determine if you are eligible for our service.
If I use your service to get rid of timeshare property, but have already a week booked can I still use the week?
In most cases, you can.
“How do I get rid of a timeshare?” I asked myself. I thought the answer was obvious—sell it. However I repeatedly tried to sell my timeshare with no results. Do you know why?
Selling a timeshare in the current economic climate is all but impossible, because of the widespread availability of timeshare rental programs online. In addition, for many resorts that feature timeshares, ownership of a timeshare is not a requisite for visiting the resort and enjoying its amenities.
There are so many timeshare scams! It’s very important to me to learn how to get rid of Q: my timeshare legally and to avoid fraudulent entities. Where can I find out more about how to avoid timeshare scams?
Lonestar Transfer is committed to helping our clients avoid scams. To learn more, visit our consumer resources page, where you can read “Five Tips for Spotting Timeshare Scams” and access other resources.