Sell My Marriott's Newport Coast Villas Timeshare

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Marriott's Newport Coast Villas

Newport Coast, California
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  • Market valuation & pricing help
  • Professional inquiry management
  • Licensed broker handles buyer negotiations
  • Professionally coordinated closing
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Using RedWeek to sell our time share was a breeze! Within 3 days we had an offer and 30 days later the transaction was complete!
Michael
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Selling Your Timeshare FAQ

How should I price my timeshare for sale?

The pricing of your timeshare resale should be largely based on supply and demand. Check out your resort's page on RedWeek.com to see what other owners are charging for similar units, and use our What's My Timeshare Worth valuation tool to see historical rates by week and unit size. If you want a faster sale, consider pricing low to attract more attention. If there are very few offerings available at your resort, try pricing high and making a note in your "Details" section that you are open to reasonable offers. Either way, make sure you sign up to be notified as new postings are added on your resort's page. This will allow you to keep track of your competition and tweak your pricing (for no extra charge) as you go.

Should I use an escrow company?

We highly recommend using an escrow service for timeshare resales to avoid security concerns that may be associated with private transactions.

What is the process?

You have two choices for selling your timeshare on RedWeek.com. You can choose to do it yourself (DIY) or let RedWeek help you with the full-service resale option. This service costs a few dollars more, but offers much more convenience with professional market valuations, pricing guidance, and closing services.

Do I pay RedWeek a commission?

A commission is only required if you choose the full-service option and have a successful sale.

Can RedWeek handle the closing if I sell it on my own?

Unfortunately, no — if you choose the DIY method to sell your timeshare, we cannot handle the closing. If you think you will need assistance with this, please choose the full-service option.

How much does it cost?

If you choose the DIY option, the price is just $59.99 for a full 12 months of advertising. If you would like the assistance of a professional broker, our full-service resale option costs $125 to get started, and $399 or 3% of resale price, only when sold.

How much are closing costs?

Closing costs will vary by closing company, sale price, and timeshare interval being sold. There are many variables that determine closing costs, including: closing company fees, title transfer fee, attorney fees (if any), estoppel fees, and notary fees (if any). If you use our full-service option, your assigned broker will be able to quote closing costs as part of the sale process.

I'm behind on my maintenance fees, can I still sell my timeshare?

If you are behind on your maintenance fees then our full-service resale option would not be available to you until the fees were caught up. You are welcome to try to sell your timeshare on your own. Just know that no transfer to a new owner can take place until all fees are up-to-date.