Avoid Timeshare Scams
When looking to buy, sell, or rent a timeshare on the resale market, avoid getting scammed. When selling your timeshare, always be wary of companies that require an up-front fee, and always check with the Better Business Bureau for any fraudulent or shady business practices. We encourage anyone who is looking to buy, sell, or rent their timeshare with Magical Realty, or any other timeshare resale broker to always call and talk to a real person. Finally, look for signs of how those companies take payment. Sending money via Western Union is a strong indication that you are sending money to a con artist. Contact one of our friendly, licensed real estate professionals today to help you avoid getting scammed, the info is free.