One of the main selling points that timeshare representatives emphasize is the fact that timeshares are less expensive than hotels. This is not exactly true. Timeshare representatives are salespeople, and that’s exactly what they’re trying to do – sell you something. When they make their presentations, they do it in such a way that they are not always providing the most accurate information on how much it really costs to own a timeshare. In order to have a true understanding of whether or not hotels are cheaper than timeshares, you must first understand what costs are associated with timeshares that you do not have with hotels.
Emie Fortney is a self-proclaimed ‘info-maniac’, a lifetime academic learner and a lover of the English language. With a pension for the technical, scientific and methodical aspects of life and technology she prides herself on providing readers with the most enlightening and accurate information available. She hopes to make a difference in the world today by continually providing accurate information in areas of her expertise to those seeking knowledge.