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Turquoise waters, white sand beaches and welcoming communities are just a few of the reasons people buy timeshare in Vanuatu. Many vacationers are intimidated by the idea of timeshares but the concept is really quite simple. When owners buy vacation property, they are actually purchasing an increment of time for usage every year or every other year. This property will guarantee that you will have lodging in the destination of your choice, in this case Vanuatu, for your selected week every year or every other year.
You can choose to purchase as many, or as few of these weeks as comfortably fit into your lifestyle, but you will want to remember that, even if you aren't able to make time for all the weeks you own, you will still be responsible for a separate maintenance fee on each one. Once you own your property, or weeks, outright, this maintenance fee is the only thing you should have to concern yourself with; but it is an important factor to consider when deciding how many shares (weeks) to purchase. There are a couple of other things you will also want to consider before you buy timeshare.
You'll want to decide whether it's important for you to own property within a vacation club like Marriott, Hyatt or Hilton. These organizations, like their hotelier counterparts, have vacation properties all over the world. Ownership with one generally guarantees access to all of their properties, but in many cases vacation clubs are significantly more expensive than other timeshares. With a vacation club you will be paying for a certain level of consistent quality, as well as a well-established name.
It makes sense to buy within one of these clubs if you can afford it, as you will always be assured that your accommodations will be up to resort standards. However, if you can't afford to buy with a vacation club but would still like to use your property to travel to other locations, you can always purchase a membership with an exchange company like RCI or Interval International.
Finally, if you are interested in visiting Vanuatu, but aren't quite ready to buy timeshare there, consider a vacation property rental. Renting is a great way to get to know a few different locations, resorts and neighborhoods so that, should you decide to buy in the future, you'll have a place to start.