When you plan to purchase a timeshare property, there are different types of ownership you can avail of. Ownerships are sold to you in weeks, depending on if it is sold as fixed, floating or rotating weeks. With the deeded contract, you have actual ownership of the real estate for a period of time. Upon termination of the contract, all ownership rights are returned to the original owner of the property.
You can find Worldwide Resort Resales offering timesharing at Mexico, Hawaii, Canada, Aruba, California and the Caribbean.
In selecting your resort, location is not the only consideration you should think about. There are resorts that offer flexible modes of ownership, where you are given the opportunity to change the time period of your ownership and select a better time to your liking. You should ask if the resort allows you to swap properties with other owners within the same resort, or better yet, with other resorts.
Timeshare properties vary in the unit styles. You will mostly find properties that are apartment-style, ranging from studio units to four-bedroom units. Just like every resort, there are low seasons and high seasons.