The best Hawaii
timeshares may, in fact, be the best American timeshares period. What is a timeshare, you may be asking? Isn’t that one of those sitcom plot devices the cast and crew suggest in order to get an all-expenses paid trip to some exotic locale for exterior shots? Not at all, my good man. A timeshare, whether in Hawaii or Montana, is simply a place where you can escape from the dulling monotony of a world that considers American Idol
the height of entertainment. A Hawaii timeshare in particular is a location both metaphorically and geographically where you can, as the French say, get away from it all.
Buying a Hawaii timeshare is a dream that more and more Americans are not only having, but living. The very idea of an island paradise, separated by thousands and thousands of miles from the boring routine of waking-working-sleeping; of being somewhere that is America, but certainly doesn’t feel like it is something that just cries out to a certain type of individual. (And not just a rich individual, though it certainly does cry out louder to them.) And as long as you don’t buy your share during typhoon season, or go during a volcanic eruption, a Hawaii timeshare is also a great place to escape inclement weather. Imagine watching the Super Bowl from the comfort of your Hawaii timeshare with the temperature in the 80s instead of watching it inside your home while a blizzard rages outside.
Okay, but seriously, what is a timeshare. Surely you are at least passingly familiar with this term, but do you know anyone who has actually bought one? If all you know from timeshares are the jokes made on sitcoms, then you haven’t been talking with actual owners. Whether it’s a Hawaii timeshare or one anywhere else, these things typically tend to rate very high in actual customer satisfaction.
What is a timeshare? A timeshare is simply a resort or vacation property that you buy or rent for a certain part of the year-usually a week or two, but it can be longer-every single year that you own it. In other words, if you’re two week vacation always rolls around in the first week of June, then you would be heading off to Hawaii the first week of June this year and next year and ten years from now, or however long you actually own the timeshare. What is the advantage of owning a timeshare? The main advantage is they are much cheaper than owning the property yourself because you’re only paying for the portion of time you use it. The downside of timeshare ownership is pretty obvious: if your vacation doesn’t come around till the end of June one year, you’re out of luck. Hawaii timeshares double the value of the advantage, however, because not only it is cheaper, but let’s face it, the average joe simply can’t even come close to affording Hawaiian properties outright.
Hawaii timeshares also arrive with some special little features that you can’t find in timeshares located in other places; at least not those located away from the beach. Going on vacation will not only afford you the possibility of going snorkeling or scuba diving, deep see fishing and deep sea diving and surfing, but a yearly vacation in Hawaii will also allow you to track down that little totem that Bobby Brady found and that supposedly caused all those horrible close calls: Bobby coming within an inch of getting hit on the head with an aluminum decoration, Greg Brady wiping out in two feet of water, etc. Buying a Hawaii timeshare is just the ticket for tracking that little thing down and selling it for a mint on Ebay.