AARP Article Recommends for Timeshare Resales

published on June 22, 2010 by

If you are a member of AARP, you may have already seen the June, 2010, issue of “AARP Bulletin,” in which the article “Time-Share Trickery,” by Sid Kirchheimer, focuses on the deplorable timeshare scam situation so prevalent in the world today. Check this article out, if you haven’t already, and, along with our previous posts on timeshare scams to learn how you can protect yourself from becoming a timeshare scam victim.

In the AARP article, under “Tips for Sellers,” is this mention:

“When listing online, stick with established websites such as and”

Working with a reputable company is good advice, and one of the ways you can guarantee that you won’t become victim to a scam. AARP is right to recommend, which has almost 1.5 million members, and has an A+ BBB rating. Howard Nusbaum, president of the American Resort Development Association (mentioned in the article) is also a big fan of And RedWeek charges only $14.99 per year – a very nominal membership fee.

RedWeek’s timeshare resources section is chocked full of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs), and articles explaining the timeshare industry. The site has video clips with easy instructions on how to list your timeshare for resale, as well as how to rent your timeshare out, and also how to rent a timeshare as a vacationer. Its newest resource is the Timeshare Crusader, where you can ask your questions directly to Lisa Ann Schreier.

So, check out the world of timeshares. Whether you’re in the market to buy (RedWeek lists hundreds of timeshares for resale), to sell (easy and inexpensive to list on RedWeek), or rent (on RedWeek you can find many budget timeshare rentals in luxury resorts just about any where you’d want to go) – follow the advice of the AARP Bulletin, and check out