Deeded Vs Non Deeded Timeshare

There are two different types of timeshare contracts you can purchase: a deeded ownership and a Right To Use timeshare. With a deeded timeshare, you own an actual fraction of the property through a deed. Right To Use (RTU) gives you the right to vacation at the property. An RTU contract typically has an end date, where a deeded contract is for life.

Timeshare Deeded Vs Right To Use

When considering a deeded vs non deeded timeshare, you'll have to think about what makes the most sense for you. Do you want a say in potential resort maintenance? Go with a deeded ownership. Do you only want to visit your timeshare property for a set number of years? A Right To Use timeshare makes more sense for you.


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