Fractional Ownership vs Timeshare: What You Need to Know

By Noah Belachew

What is a Timeshare?

A timeshare is a property like a villa, that is divided for multiple owners by time. Owners usually have a week at their location, but this can vary.

With these, fewer buyers own the properties, and pay more money to own more weeks at a vacation property. These properties are also typically larger than a timeshare.

What is Fractional Ownership?

Now let's take a look at different fractional ownership properties. From city getaways to island retreats, there's a property out there for everyone!

St. Regis Residence Club New York

The building is a historic landmark located on Manhattan’s esteemed 5th Avenue. Owning property here comes with amenities like butler service and outstanding dining.

This beautiful resort is an upscale vacation destination for those that love to immerse themselves in nature. Go hiking in the summer or ski in the winter.

Marriott Grand Residence at Lake Tahoe

Ritz-Carlton St. Thomas

Enjoy views of sparkling blue waters and endless white-sand beaches right from your villa. This island getaway is perfect for a romantic vacation or an adventurous family trip.

Within walking distance, there are several restaurants and shops in Union Square. You'll also enjoy a fitness center, valet parking, a spa, and a private lounge.

Ritz Carlton San Francisco

Fractional Ownership vs Timeshare, Which is Better?

Ultimately, that's up to you to decide! Both have their pros and cons, and it's up to you to consider what you value most on your vacation.

Buy Fractional Ownership Today

If you're ready to purchase a fractional ownership timeshare on the resale market, check out the link below.

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