“My Oregon timeshare isn’t all that they said it was going to be. What are my options?”
Sorry that your timeshare purchase in Oregon didn’t work out. A lot depends on the company and how they choose to honor their agreement with you. Sometimes it seems they say one thing at the time of sale and then end up doing another. When that happens, pretty much the only thing you can do it cancel.
Every state has its own laws and has extensive legislation covering timeshare transactions. Oregon is no exception.
Can I Cancel A Timeshare Purchase In Oregon?
Yes, you can, but you need to act quickly. In Oregon, the state law gives you the right to cancel the contract and offers certain protections to the buyer.
The developer must provide the buyer with a public report. That means the developer must disclose important information about the timeshare such as the developer’s name and address, a description of units, the costs and assessments for maintaining homeowners’ associations and common areas, financing options and information about how to cancel the purchase.
In Oregon, you have five days to cancel a timeshare agreement after the date you sign and receive a copy of the contract, or when the developer provides the buyer with the public report, whichever is later.
How Do I Cancel The Timeshare?
To cancel the contract, you can:
· Mail the cancelation notice. The date it’s mailed will be the date the contract is considered canceled, or
The developer has to refund all monies paid immediately, with no penalty attached.
What If I Need To Cancel After The Cancellation Period Has Passed?
Timeshare owners who no longer use their timeshare or can’t afford it any longer find it very difficult to sell their timeshare because there is no aftermarket for them.
If you took out a loan to pay for the timeshare and don’t make your mortgage payments, you could face foreclosure. In addition to the monthly mortgage payments, timeshare
owners are usually responsible for maintenance fees, special assessments, utilities and taxes. These are often referred to as “assessments”. If you fall behind in any payments of these assessments or your monthly mortgage payments, you will face foreclosure. That will severely affect your credit rating in all areas of your life.
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