The State of Florida Timeshare Disclosure Law
New Florida Timeshare Laws went into effect on July 1, 2012. The new laws (HB 1001) can be read here: http://www.flsenate.gov/Session/Bill/2012/1001
The new Florida Timeshare laws require full and fair disclosure of terms, conditions, and services by resale service providers acting on behalf of consumer timeshare resellers or on behalf of prospective consumer resale purchasers, regardless of the business model employed by the resale service provider.
Timeshare Adventures has provided this page, Florida-Timeshare-Disclosure.html, to be fully compliant with Florida Timeshare Laws.
Timeshare Resale and Rental Ratios
Timeshare Adventures is very proud to report that it’s advertisers have sold and or rented over $13,600,454 since we began business in 2003. Our lawyer has closed over 2400 timeshare resale contracts or rental lease agreements.
In 2013 our advertisers sold and or rented $1,096,475. That year we advertised 5,869 number of rental ads and 5,378 of resale ads. The ratio or percentage of resale's versus advertised was 4.05% and rentals were .097%.
In 2014 our advertisers sold and or rented $1,132,102. That year we advertised 3,149 number of rental ads and 3,029 of resale ads. The ratio or percentage of resale's versus advertised was 5.2% and rentals were 1.2%.
Note: Some advertisers are unrealistic and over price their sale or rental. This is typically why some units never sell or rent. Timeshare Adventures strongly encourages advertisers to market their timeshare for sell or for rent at the lowest price they can, in order to attract potential buyers and/or renters.
To advertise with Timeshare Adventures, you must sign this document.
If users have any questions, please contact us:
Timeshare Adventures, Inc.
1601 Commerce Ave North
St. Petersburg, Florida 33716
info at timeshare adventures dot com