How to Get Rid of a Timeshare in Hawaii
Believe it or not, the Hawaii timeshare cancellation process doesn’t necessarily have to be long and expensive. That is, it doesn’t have to be either of those things if you take quick action after you sign your purchase agreement.
Like other states, Hawaii has what’s called a rescission or “cooling-off” period. The length of a Hawaii timeshare right of rescission period is seven days. You have the right to cancel a Hawaii timeshare during the cooling-off period within seven days of signing your purchase agreement or receiving the disclosure statement, whichever happens the latest.
To do this, you must either deliver or mail a notice of cancellation to your timeshare’s developer. If you mail this notice, it must be postmarked within the seven-day rescission period.
Cancel Your Hawaii Timeshare
Did you purchase a timeshare in Hawaii? Hawaii is a beautiful place to visit, so it’s only natural that the state is a hotbed of timeshare activity. While that’s the case, it doesn’t mean every timeshare owner is satisfied with their purchase.
As is the case in other parts of the country, timeshare developers don’t always deliver on their promises. Some timeshare owners discover when they can no longer travel, they can’t find a buyer for their property or get help from the timeshare company to sell it or even take it back. This makes continuing to own a timeshare a burden, a one-sided deal that only benefits the timeshare developers. Some owners may find it difficult, if not impossible, to book a stay at their timeshare when they’re ready for a vacation.
While those are a few of the reasons why timeshare owners may have a legitimate reason to exit their Hawaii timeshare property, there are plenty of other factors that might motivate you to terminate your timeshare. If you have a legitimate reason for wanting to cancel your timeshare contract in Hawaii, our Christian-based timeshare exiting company can help.