MIAMI, FL -- (Marketwired) -- 04/02/13 -- Pacific Property Transfer (PPT) has redoubled efforts to transfer unhappy timeshare owners out of their timeshare contracts despite push-back from timeshare resorts. A necessary expansion of their offices planned for late April, will allow PPT to handle their ever-increasing client load and continue their mission to aid every timeshare owner who wants to get rid of their timeshare.
The timeshare industry is flooded with thousands of unhappy timeshare owners contacting their resorts regarding rising maintenance fees, declining services, and overall frustration with their timeshare ownership. In hopes of keeping timeshare owners on the hook for further payments, many of these timeshare resorts are routinely unhelpful with these types of inquiries and will deliberately keep timeshare owners in the dark regarding what their rights and options are. Numerous times these owners are left with no choice but to attempt to rid themselves of their timeshare.
The amount of misinformation and exploitation in the timeshare industry has caused headaches for owners looking for options to exit their timeshares. For years, timeshare owners have been prey to fly-by-night scam corporations that claim to be able to sell, list, or rent timeshares for a profit. These companies often ask for upfront fees without any guarantees that they will actually help the owner. More often than not, the timeshare owner is left scammed out of their initial payment while still owing the financial obligation to their timeshare resort. For timeshare owners like this, the guarantee that Pacific Property Transfer offers is an enormous relief.
Unfortunately for the timeshare owner, the resorts will regularly hinder this process by any means they can. Their efforts range from dragging their feet in returning paperwork to Pacific Property Transfer, to outright refusing to cooperate with this legal process. By continuing to obstruct the transfer process, the resorts are able to keep unhappy timeshare owners on the hook for maintenance and special assessment fees.
The same contract that timeshare owners signed when initially purchasing the timeshare binds the resorts to honor title transfer arraignments. Attorneys for PPT are confident they will be successful in stopping the unfair business practices of these timeshare resorts.
Pacific Property Transfer looks forward to assisting more families in the future.
Add to Digg Bookmark with del.icio.us Add to Newsvine
310 755 7799
Most Popular Stories
- Slow Week Ahead of December FOMC Meeting
- Hispanics Seek to Grow School Board Members
- GM Bailout Saved 1.2 Million U.S. Jobs, Report Says
- 'Knockout Game': Myth or Menace?
- Questions Remain in Jenni Rivera's Death
- U.S. Companies Eager for Iranian Business
- Bitcoin Used to Buy Tesla Car
- Banks Fret as Volcker Vote Approaches
- Paul Walker Fans Pay Respects
- Yellen Set to Become One of World's Most Powerful Women