RTU Timeshare: How It Works

By Lauren McGee

RTU timeshares are non-deeded timeshare contracts and give you the "right to use" a unit for a set amount of time. This means that you do not actually "own" the property.

When you purchase an RTU timeshare, you know exactly when the agreement expires. You are immediately aware of when you will no longer be under contract for that property.

That means that there is a guaranteed way out of the timeshare, which is a more difficult situation to navigate with deeded contracts.

The number of years of use for RTU timeshares is generally between 25 and 75 years. However, that number depends on resort location and brand.

Right to use timeshare contracts are often found in international destinations. This is because owners can't legally "own" a deed there if they are U.S. citizens.

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