Can you get out of a Westgate timeshare?
Every Westgate timeshare contract has a stipulated “cooling-off” period. This is called the rescission period which allows every timeshare owner the legal right to rescind his or her contract with the resort or company.
Do Westgate owners pay resort fees?
Westgate Owners are responsible for any and all taxes, fees, and/or other government charges.
How long do you have to get out of a Westgate timeshare?
If you purchased the Westgate timeshare a few days ago, you may still be able to rescind the purchase. It will depend on the state you were in when you purchased the timeshare. Most states give timeshare owners between 3 – 15 days to rescind the purchase for a full refund.
Is Westgate Resorts still in business?
Westgate Resorts is an American timeshare resort company founded by David A. Siegel in 1982. The company first expanded from Central Florida to Miami and Daytona Beach. As of July 2021, Westgate Resorts has 29 locations across the United States.
What happens if I don’t pay my Westgate timeshare?
Simply stated, if you stop making payments on your timeshare loan, you will eventually face foreclosure since a timeshare is considered real property just like a residence (note that the other owners of the timeshare property are not affected in any way by the foreclosure of your interest in the property).
How do I get rid of Westgate resort?
CALL 800-351-0461 TODAY TO EXPLORE YOUR EXIT OPTIONS.
What is a preview rate Westgate?
Save With Our Resort Preview Rate. By choosing to save with our deeply discounted resort preview rate, qualified guests will enjoy the lowest, guaranteed price. In addition, all standard daily resort fees will be waived.
How do I cancel my Westgate resort reservation?
Please contact Customer Service at 1-800-218-4363 to change or cancel your show reservation.
How do I get rid of Westgate Resort?
What happens if I stop paying maintenance fees on my timeshare?
If you stop paying your timeshare maintenance fees, you will likely default on your ownership. This not only hurts the resort, but it hurts you and your credit. Like a home going into foreclosure, the resort takes the ownership back and it will stay on your credit report.
Can a timeshare put a lien on your house?
If a repayment plan isn’t negotiated, the timeshare company might go the route of taking you to court for breach of contract to get a judgment against you and place a lien against the property. Ultimately, they will foreclose on the property.