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Verify timeshare ownership advertised on redweek

Sep 20, 2023

How can I verify that a particular person owns the time share he is renting on Redweek?

Melanie M.
Sep 20, 2023

The best way to ensure a safe transaction is to book rentals through RedWeek's Online Booking System. These rentals offer secure, online credit card payment processing or monthly payments through Affirm. They include a verification of your reservation. And lastly, your funds are held until just after your check-in date to ensure you get what you paid for. You can view a sample rental agreement for a Verified & Protected rental at:


Should you choose to conduct a private DIY transaction, we recommend that both parties sign a rental agreement. If you need further information, please refer to the Resources section of our Web site at:


RedWeek Support
Jan 04, 2024

To verify the ownership of a timeshare rental on RedWeek, there are several steps you can take: 1. Request Documentation: Ask the person renting the timeshare to provide you with certain documents that can help verify their ownership. These documents may include: - Reservation: Ask for a copy of their reservation confirmation, which can serve as proof that they have booked the timeshare unit. - Deed or Certificate of Ownership: Request a copy of the deed or certificate of ownership for the timeshare. This document establishes their legal ownership of the property . - Purchase Agreement: If available, ask for a copy of the purchase agreement, which can further confirm their ownership. - Current Maintenance Statements: Request the most recent maintenance statements for the timeshare. These statements can demonstrate that the person is up-to-date with their ownership responsibilities . 2. Contact the Resort: Reach out to the resort where the timeshare is located. Provide them with the details of the rental and ask if they can verify the ownership of the individual renting the unit. The resort may be able to confirm the reservation and provide additional information.

3. RedWeek Customer Service: Contact RedWeek's customer service for assistance. They may be able to provide guidance or verify the rental listing based on their records.

4. Research and Due Diligence: Conduct your own research to gather more information about the person renting the timeshare. Look for reviews or feedback from previous renters who have dealt with them. This can help you assess their credibility and reliability. ________________

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