Review: Buying a Timeshare with The Villa Group

The prospect of investing your money in a vacation property can be very daunting for those doing so for the first time. It is wise under any circumstances to investigate the company with whom you are going to purchase any expensive product.

The choice of whether to opt for full ownership or fractional ownership is something you will want to consider; however, in the case of buying a timeshare product in Mexico, The Villa Group offers some of the best deals and services in the industry.

Reputation

The Villa Group is a timeshare company with almost three decades of experience in selling first rate timeshare products. The group has stood the test of time and the recent global economic crisis with its excellent reputation intact and an ever-expanding inventory to its credit. As a rule, when buying a timeshare and wanting to avoid a nightmare, you are well advised to use a larger long standing company like Villa Group rather than a smaller start up group.

Inventory

The wide range of products offered by The Villa Group Timeshare in some of the top locations in Mexico are impressive. There is something for all budgets and tastes, from luxury penthouses to family value units. Another advantage of buying from a company with such a large repertoire is the option to exchange your timeshare for a different destination within the same timeshare company.

Locations

The Villa Group Timeshare is expert in choosing the right destinations for an excellent return on investment. You can be sure that your timeshare is not likely to devalue over time as The Villa Group selects destinations with the greatest potential. This is particularly true of the group’s most recent inclusions, where it is often a forerunner in locations that have a lot of potential for growth. Currently, The Villa Group Timeshare operates in Cancun, Cabo San Lucas, Puerto Vallarta and Loreto:

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6 Comments

  • Isa Crovetto says:

    Do not let their wonderful words lure you away, read the contract before signing, the contract clearly estates that any verbal promises made to the buyer that are not on the contract are invalid and that the purchasing of a membership at Villa del Palmar is not an investment, it only other way of saving for future vacations, it also states that if you wish to purchase the membership for the solid purpose of renting for profit, that you should reconsider your purchase of the membership.

  • Shanelle Moon says:

    Before making a timeshare purchase you have to think objectively, despite all the promises you will be told in order for you to buy a timeshare. If a timeshare is such a good investment, why are thousands of people to sell their properties? Very simple, because it is really hard to keep on with the annual payments, and with the economy as it is now, it is important to manage our money properly and keep our credit record clean, for the sake of our families.

  • Natasha Pink says:

    There are good timeshares out there, as well as there are people who feel happy about their timeshare purchases, especially those who enjoy to vacation at the same place and are not spontaneous travelers. Unfortunately, due to the big number of timeshare scams being committed against many vacationers, the industry has gained a terrible reputation.

  • Olivia Wild says:

    There are good timeshares out there, as well as there are people who feel happy about their timeshare purchases, especially those who enjoy to vacation at the same place and are not spontaneous travelers. Unfortunately, due to the big number of timeshare scams being committed against many vacationers, the industry has gained a terrible reputation.

  • Courtney Hubbard says:

    Timeshare industry is known for being very susceptible to scams; however, timeshare properties are still a successful business for most resorts. In these times of rough economy, it is important to take care of our money, and timeshares are not in the way to achieve the financial security that we are all looking for.

  • Mary Thomas says:

    Contrary to what salespeople say, timeshare properties should never be considered as an investment, but only as a purchase and a vacation option. A timeshare is a depreciating asset, which means that it loses its value as soon as you purchase it. In fact, timeshares are close to be financially worthless.

    Time shares can be sold as a piece of real estate or use rights. The units are usually bigger than a regular hotel room, and most of them include two bedrooms, a kitchen and a living room. The typical form of ownership is the timeshare weeks program, in which the person owns a specific week of the year, but there are also other programs, such as the points-system, the floating time and the splited-week.

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