Tips if you are interested in selling your Time Share: * Ask your resort's developer, resort manager or owner's association if they have a newsletter, website or bulletin board where owners can advertise their timeshare for resale. * If doing business with a reseller, shop around and compare prices and services before deciding who gets your business. * Avoid paying money to a reseller upfront. If possible, find a reseller that takes its fee after the timeshare is sold. If you must pay a fee in advance, ask about refunds. Get refund policies and promises in writing. * Be wary of high-pressure sales tactics; they often indicate a scam. * Ask if the reseller's agents are licensed to sell real estate where your timeshare is located. If so, verify it with the Real Estate Commission. Deal only with licensed real estate brokers and agents, and ask for references from satisfied clients. * Read the contract thoroughly and make sure you understand everything before you sign. * Contact the Better Business Bureau to check the company's reputation. Ask if any complaints are on file. * If you sell your deed, let the resort know who now owns your timeshare and who to bill for the maintenance fees and taxes. * Check public records to verify that the deed has been filed in the new owner's name.