If you are willing to do the negotiating, complete the purchase and sales agreement and the buyer is willing to pay the closing costs, there will be no additional fees to sell your timeshare. At that point, you have already paid your advertising costs and we do not charge a commission to you. You must be current with all fees with the resort (including but not limited to mortgage, maintenance fees, taxes, assessments, etc.). If you are not current with these fees, the amount you owe to the resort will be deducted from your sale price and paid directly by the title company or escrow agent of your choice to the resort.
We've found that typically the buyer pays for the closing costs, but this is part of the negotiating process. The average fee for closing is around $500.00, depending on transfer fees, recording fees, and whether title insurance is purchased. If you are negotiating with the buyer, it is important to keep in mind that the buyer will have to pay approximately $500.00 in addition to their offer to purchase your timeshare.