Getting Best Prices On Timeshare Rentals
Oct 14, 2014
Timeshare unit renters just like any consumer would love to get the best possible price when renting timeshares. Besides obvious pointers like traveling during the weeks with lesser demand such as when schools are in session or during non-holiday weeks, there is one technique that may help. However, this technique has a disadvantage, but let's talk about it later.
So, here is the technique: As it gets closer to the check-in date, the owners would be willing to offer lower rates to get the unit rented especially when it is getting closer to the 60-days mark. The reason is that, as an alternative to renting, the owner can deposit their unit with the exchange company and then use it later. However, units deposited within 60-days or less from the check-in date can only be booked later within 60-days from the new check-in date, which limits the owner’s flexibility significantly.
Now about that disadvantage I mentioned earlier: if a renter waits closer to the check-in date to rent in hopes of getting a lower price, he/she may be faced with a lower inventory of available rentals and may not find something suitable at all.