A pre-2008 glut of vacation time-shares means that it's a buyer's market and a seller's nightmare. But developers and sellers are going to face challenges as decreased revenues mean that properties will fall into disrepair.
What do you do with that couch change that turns up every few months. How about buying a time-share.
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