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Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Smart Ways to Get a 2-Bedroom Unit for a 1-Bedroom in a Timeshare Exchange

Timeshare exchange is considered one of the great features of timesharing. For some owners, instead of getting out of their timeshares as they seek for more variety, they resort to this option. However, a number of owners are asking if they put in two one-bedroom units in RCI or Interval International, can they take out one week in a two-bedroom?

The answer may depend on a couple of things. First, is how powerful an exchanger you have and also if you've done everything possible to maximize your exchange power. You need to be broad in your request. So, instead of giving RCI or Interval International one to three resorts you'd like to exchange to, you may broaden it out to 8, 10 or 15 and that will increase your possibility of getting a two-bedroom for a one-bedroom quite significantly.

Also, you'll want to find out how many two-bedroom units are in each of the resorts you're requesting. Most timeshare owners think that the majority of the resort's floor plans are 2 bedrooms when in fact a particular resort may only contain 3 or fewer 2 bedrooms. If this is the case, then you should add another resort to you list.

Meanwhile, you'll also want to increase the span of time with which you'll accept a confirmation. Thus, instead of requesting just the second week in February, expand it to include any week in February through March or April. This will increase your possibilities of getting a 2 bedroom for a 1 bedroom exponentially.

Timeshare exchange gives you the capability to enjoy more your chosen vacation accommodation option. To address the question above, broaden out the number of resorts you're requesting, expand out your reservation window and learn how to maximize your exchange power and you'll have a much easier time of getting a two-bedroom suites with your one- bedroom deposit.

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