Many of us dream of a permanent home abroad. Some people realise this dream with timesharing or timeshares. In this case, you purchase the right of use of a holiday home for a particular period of time.
These contracts are often difficult to understand, and this expensive form is rarely advantageous, for several reasons.
Timeshare sellers often approach you in a crafty manner. They tell you a story that is too rosy, and give you the impression that you're out of your mind if you don’t sign up. Make sure you don't get carried away by their sales pitch, and take the time to carefully read the user agreement.
We will guide you through the topic: