Have you attempted to contact the management/Board and ask if they would accept a deed in lieu of foreclosure?
no I haven't done that as yet. I will do so but from what Iv'e seen on the internet these timeshare are not interested in letting p[eople off the hook.Thanks
Hi Again Lady Lawyer
There are many websites offering to sell your timeshare and others that for a stiff fee will get you out of contract "legally". Have you noted any that really do what they claim or is this a scam as usual. Thanks for the good advise earlier. Robin
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