Warnings and Dangers in Las Vegas: Time Shares
Las Vegas is one of the most popular vacation destinations in the United States. Time shares are a popular sales idea for the area, but visitors should know of the dangers involved with these properties.
Understanding the Time Share
Timeshares are a type of ownership in which many different people hold the rights to the property. Typically, a timeshare owner has no real claim on ownership to the property. When in Vegas, there are types of timeshares you can buy in which you hold the deed to the land, which is distinctly different from how timeshares typically operate. Normally, owners have the property for only small periods of time every year.
Time Share Sellers
One of the unfortunate parts of about Vegas are the many timeshare sellers who will try and get you to invest in one of their properties. It’s not unheard of for such sellers to make up stories about the property in order to get you to buy. They’ll also try and lure you in by offering you gambling chips for the casino, or by offering to put you into the running to win a cruise vacation.
These stories follow this same pattern time and again. The sellers try and get your attention with interesting vacation offers, then say whatever they have to that will win your investment.
Editor’s note: The information contained on this page was compiled using real traveler reviews about times shares in Las Vegas.