The Trouble With Time Shares

Posted on Aug 9th 2010 5:25 PM
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Except for leasing a car, few financial endeavors are as confusing as buying a time share. But the one point you should never lose sight of is that you're purchasing a luxury item, not an investment. And like a car, as soon as you take ownership, the value of your property drops. Fact is, anyone who buys a time share with the intention of making money will be sadly disappointed.

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