SOURCE: Resort Management Association
TORRANCE, CA--(Marketwired - Apr 22, 2013) - In today's volatile timeshare market there are more and more timeshare resorts blocking the timeshare owner's legal right to get the timeshare out of their name. In many cases this is illegal due to terms in the original contracts when the timeshares were first purchased. Multiple resorts have found themselves targeted by the legal team that Resort Management Association has on retainer on behalf of their clients.
With the steadily rising costs of yearly maintenance fees, more and more Americans are looking for ways out of these vacation properties that come with a significant yearly financial burden on owners. The average resorts maintenance fees increase anywhere from 12-18% annually. As consumers know, this does not coincide with any sort of inflation data anywhere.
"When my sister and I purchased our timeshare property in Cancun back in 1996, the maintenance fees were about $500 per year. The maintenance fee we received last year was nearly $1,700 dollars. That's just crazy!" - Doris Greenfield, Chicago, IL (Currently a client of Resort Management Association)
Resort Management Association and its affiliates have assisted more than 85,000 timeshare owners to achieve financial freedom by eliminating their maintenance fees. Their unique, proven process is 100% guaranteed if the timeshare is one of the qualified resorts. Resort Management Association guarantees all of their services in writing. Only a company of this size has the experience and resources available to help distressed timeshare owners.
As more and more timeshare resorts look for different legal ways to lock timeshare owners into their contracts, one can never tell when their resort will end up on the 'do not work with' list. Once a resort is added to that list, companies like Resort Management Association will no longer be able to assist those clients with their timeshare contracts.
For more information on Resort Management Association and all their services, please visit them on the web at www.resortmanagementassociation.com.