Are timeshares a scam or a steal?

Life Aboard the Traveling Circus

Written for MyCentralJersey.com and DailyRecord.com 

Timeshare experiences fall into one of two categories.

People either think of those two nightmarish hours they sat through a boring meeting with only a continental breakfast to get them through, or about 8 percent of Americans — according to the American Resort Development Association (ARDA) — think of their beautiful timeshare that they fly off to every few months, trying out different lodgings whenever they please.

The reason that perceptions of timeshares vary so vastly is simply because they either perfectly fit a traveler’s vacation style or they don’t. By weighing what you’re looking for out of your vacation versus its price, you can determine if a timeshare is the right buy for you.

If you can’t find the time to plan an annual trip, you’re not alone. According to a Skift survey, 41 percent of Americans didn’t take a vacation last year…

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