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I can answer any questions regarding the timeshare industry, developer sales, resales, vacation clubs, donation, liquidation, listing, for sale by owner, RCI, II, SFX exchange. Anything related to timeshares or campground memberships or fractional vacation real estate

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I have been in the industry for 7 years. I started selling timeshare for a developer in South Dakota. I then transitioned into the escrow side of the resale market and I am currently the VP of Sales and Marketing at Resort Closings, Inc. Resort Closings Inc is the largest timeshare escrow service in North America. It provides full service timeshare transfer as well as sales.

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High School Diploma. 3 years of Higher Education.

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Recent Answers from John Kushman

2017-01-06 Time Share Maintenance Fees:

Greg,    Sure, I can add to it. They may not have given you all the documents or you may not have received them when you purchased 12 years ago. However, I would be completely dumbfounded if they agreed

2017-01-06 Time Share Maintenance Fees:

Hi Greg,    Yes, you are required to pay the maintenance fees even though they have increased. You should have received additional documents regarding the increase in maintenance fees each year. ResortCom

2016-12-02 foreclosure for maintenance fees:

Hi John,    Yes, they can foreclose when you stop paying maintenance fees. My suggestion would be to call them and see if they would like to do a deed in lieu. It would be cheaper for them, and it would

2016-06-08 Timeshare Rights:

Hi Courtney,    The resort is required to offer you something to accommodate you for your stay if the unit will not be completed. If they do not have any accommodations at their resort they are required

2016-02-21 Foreclosure:

Hello Penny,    Have you checked with the resort to see if they will take it back?  I know on a case by case basis some resorts would rather take a deedback then having to go through foreclosure. I would

 

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