We encourage all potential timeshare buyers and sellers to verify that the company they do business with is a licensed real estate broker. Understand that placing an ad on the net with a company with no physical location, no agents, no license, is not the same as
dealing with a licensed experienced broker to handle all the problems. Yes the problems arise AFTER you have a buyer and try to get it closed. You won't get an internet ad company to help you, so why not deal with a professional to begin with?
We are a licensed broker. You can verify our license status at the California Department of Real Estate website: Verify Our license.
We are also a member of the Better Business Bureau. To be a member, a company must undergo scrutiny and comply with
stringent ethical requirements. For complete info. click on the BBB logo on our home page.
Our broker has been real estate licensed and in good standing for 20 years with never a complaint, and so has our sales manager!
Dealing with a licensed broker affords numerous protections to both buyers
and sellers, including the fact that all funds must be held in an Escrow Trust Account until the sale has closed.
In order for any company to legally sell your deeded timeshare,
they are required by law to have a real estate broker's license!
Ask them for the license number, and then either call the state's department of real estate to verify the license status, or verify it online.
A licensed real estate broker has a lot to lose if he deals fraudulently, but
unfortunately the same cannot be said of unlicensed companies, so you deal
with them at your own risk. Why do it?
You deal with a non-licensed company at your own risk.