Perhaps the most popular destination in the United States for snow activities and recreation such as snowboarding, skiing, dog sledding, snowmobiling and any other winter sport you can think of, timeshares are available in the heart of Colorado’s slopes. For the skiing elite there are ski week timeshares on the market, giving you access to rustic rooms and cabins and lift tickets to your favorite ski resort.
To find the best ski week resort for your taste, try searching a resale database for the centralized location you desire. These search engines will also allow you to narrow your search results by price, slot, and amenities. Of course, the more you desire the resort to offer, the more it will cost. Aside from resale databases, you can often find current owners selling their ski weeks on online auction resources such as EBay. Timeshare auctions save the owner money to a third party vendor and ultimately saves the consumer in the same respect.
For retirees and hard working Americans alike, vacation is the one thing each year that everyone looks forward to. If you have a favorite destination that you frequently visit, considering renting or buying a timeshare is a great alternative to hotel accommodations. Timeshare resorts have grown in popularity as their prices have decreased. With this turbulent economy, many timeshare partial owners are putting their weeks on the market with resale distributors. Since timeshares are a luxury and not a necessity, readily available cash can be earned when selling a timeshare. Because not everyone these days is struggling, purchasing a timeshare resale or rental can be a great alternative to high priced hotel stays.
It is important to research your purchase before actually handing over the money or signing a contract. The first thing to look for is the required annual dues. These costs will vary on the operational costs of the resorts based on amenities and size. Some annual dues can be extremely high, while other will be only a couple hundred dollars. Price this in your budget. Another important factor is that Colorado has very unique city and state laws for ownership options. While some cities allow Colorado timeshares to be referred to as “deeded properties”, others do not. The properties that do not offer this are known as “non-equity clubs”. You are pretty much buying a club membership rather then partial ownership. It is important to know which type of resort you are investing in.
Whether you buy your timeshare for sale by owner, or from the actual resort, there is one thing you will find in common, you own your own little portion of a vacation property at a fraction of the cost. You will be able to enjoy Colorado’s beauty without the inconvenience of booking hotels online or by phone.
Since Colorado is the premiere skiing destination in the US, there’s no better way to enjoy your ski week than by staying at a timeshare you got a great deal on because it was a resale. In addition to the major hotel chains (Marriott, Sheraton, Hilton, etc) which all have timeshare properties located near the most popular mountain resorts — Aspen, Breckenridge, Vail, etc — you will also find plenty of opportunities to pick up a fixed week ski week timeshare, so be sure to check out all of the options available, especially if you head to Colorado every year. Below you’ll find some of the best deals on Ebay for Colorado timeshares.
And if you aren’t a skier, then you might enjoy the Colorado mountains during the off season and there are some amazing bargains for timeshares that aren’t for peak ski weeks.