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I bought a timeshare at Elysian Beach Resort in 2003. I have never used it and now I financially can't afford it. What is the best way to advertise it being that I'm in the states not St. Thomas.


Posted : April 1, 2012 4:56 pm
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Your best bet is to place it in the hands of a good real estate agent. I would recommend John Foster Real Estate for a start.

Posted : April 1, 2012 6:23 pm
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Some good info can be found here: Timeshare User's Group

Posted : April 2, 2012 10:04 am
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I see them on ebay from time to time. There seem to be a few seller's specializing in re-selling timeshares. Most of them are for Bluebeard's Beach Club, but every now and then an Elysian unit is up for auction.

Sorry to see you might have to sell it.

Posted : April 2, 2012 12:27 pm
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Jena I only buy our timeshares resale. Tug is great. Also what's your size of condo, week usages and maintenance fees?

Posted : April 3, 2012 5:53 am
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I'm sorry you are unable to take advantage of your timeshare at the Elysian. It's a beautiful place.

I agree with krmlaw about and also and Both of these are either free or very low cost to advertise. The rule of thumb is never to make any upfront payments to agencies that promise they will sell it for you. There are a gazillion and one scams out there regarding timeshare sales.

A consideration is to rent your unit to cover the cost of the maintenance fees for the year until you can sell. I hope you realize that all fees will have to be paid up to rent it to another. You can also advertise rental on both and

Good luck!

Posted : April 3, 2012 3:55 pm
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