Explore Canada With Timeshares
The crisp natural surroundings, friendly cities and lively spirit have helped make Canada become a favorite vacation destination for travelers weary of the sun, sand and surf kind of escape.
Outdoor activities abound, coupled with the urban areas' rich arts and music communities ensure that there's something for everyone.
Want to make vacations to your favorite part of Canada a regular part of your lifestyle? Consider purchasing a timeshare there. From Quebec to British Columbia there are hundreds of places to visit in this northern nation. Whether you currently live in Canada and want to explore more of your beautiful and unique country, or you're stationed elsewhere and want to see what all the fuss is about, a timeshare will allow you to travel freely.
A timeshare is a form of ownership in which multiple owners share a piece vacation home, condo or resort unit. This shared ownership helps timeshares be so cost-effective and convenient. When you buy timeshare you'll purchase as many, or as few weeks as you'd like.
They can be consecutive, but they don't have to be. Some weeks will be more expensive than others (those during prime or holiday seasons for example.) Other owners will also purchase their annual or biennial weeks there. The cost will then be shared among all of you and you'll only pay for what you use.
In fact, once you own your property outright, the only thing you'll ever have to pay to secure vacations for you and your family in your favorite region of Canada is an annual or biennial maintenance fee, respective to your usage. And because your purchase is essentially one of time, rather than actual property, it's easy to trade your time at your home resort for a week anywhere in the country, and even the world.
To do this you'll want to ensure that your timeshare is affiliated with an exchange company like RCI, II or vacation clubs like Hilton, Disney or Marriott. These organizations differ in their methods, but both allow owners to trade within their expansive networks. With affiliated timeshares, you can carve up the slopes in Whistler one year, and hit the streets of Montreal the next.
You can find excellent deals on timeshares for sale when you buy resale. Purchasing from a resale company or previous owner, rather than directly from the resort, can often save you thousands. If you're not ready to buy yet, you can always rent timeshare
Source: The Toque