There are a couple of big timeshare resellers....might look in some travel magazines to find them.
I don't think your local real estate agent will touch it. No expertise and not enough market or commission to make it worthwhile in most cases.
http://www.stroman.com/ is one of the big resellers I know about.
I think redweek.com is another.
Be aware they typically sell at huge discounts to what you paid. If you paid $10,000 for example, it might not be unsual to sell it for $2500...or $500.... the initial purchase price is normally not really an indicator of the value of the timeshare, but includes all the commissions and marketing expenses of the developer. Those big rooms with lots of sales people, giveaways, giveaways to people who don't buy, trips, and all that takes up a lot of that initial charge.
There could be some exceptions, but what we see is that often resales sell at a huge discount just to get the seller out of the year maintenance obligation.
I just closed a time share day before yesterday...best way is to find a local agent to put it in the MLS as well as market it to the right clientele. They are selling below what most buyers have paid at this time. If you don't have to sell, it is not a good time. If you do need to sell, there are plenty of buyers for the right price. Call me if I can help.
Cindy Crawford, REALTOR
Keller Williams Realty-Lake Travis
1921 Lohman's Crossing #100
Austin, TX 78734
Hope this helps
if I wanted a time share I probably would have bought it when it was first offered. A used timeshare lacks the bonuses given for buying when new. That should reduce the price greatly.
When you add in taxes and costs involved it appears cheaper to rent a hotel for awhile. PLUS you can always change your vacation week if the weather turns bad.
Have a blessed day!