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We also talked demographics: The average time-share owner is 50 years old, and in America, over the next decade or so, we'll see many people turning 50 who will retire with more income and will be looking to travel.
10,000 for the property, you're going to break even in 10 years," said Mario Collura, a time-share owner and president of TRI West, a time-share resale company based in Marina Del Rey.
CHEQUERED PAST: Walton Hall (left), which used to be owned by drag artist Danny la Rue and later became a time-share hotel and country club.
Cabo has turned from a relaxed beach hangout to a frenzied town of time-share units and their vendors.
In the right-to-use programs, the time-share buyer does not assume title to the real estate.
According to the American Resort Development Association, an industry trade group, California is second only to Florida in its number of time-share resorts - 125 as of the end of 2002.
For me and my family, the [advantage] of owning a time-share is being able to travel and stay in five-star resorts.
New York's first urban time-share, The Manhattan Club, conveniently located on West 56th Street near Carnegie Hall is a luxurious midtown time-share that VJB Construction has recently finished.
Q WHILE visiting our time-share in Portugal a tout offered to buy it.
STAFF at a luxury Scottish time-share development turned down a delighted client's offer of a free Caribbean holiday.