A timeshare ownership gives you the chance to buy only a portion of a magnificent property. Each owner is allowed a certain amount of time; typically for a number of weeks per year.  Luxury resorts differ from hotels in that the resort suits cater toward an extended stay. Hotel rooms provide the bare essentials and rarely offer added facilities and benefits with your visit.  Most resorts are built on or near major attractions or sought after destinations like ski slopes or on tropical islands.

The units or villas are always fully furnished and include their own unique ammenities. Arranged in either one- to three- bedroom suites, Silverleaf properties offer spacious living and dining area and fully equipped kitchen. Timeshare resorts provide your vacationing experience with access to vast swimming pools, activity centers, fitness rooms, and often have fine dining in their own on-site restaurants.

Along with the price of the timeshare, owners are required pay an annual maintenance fee to ensure the property stays in its original conditions for years to come. Owners reserve the right to use the resorts for either a fixed week or a floating week, depending on type of ownership and the intent of the initial owner. Many owners may choose to enjoy the added convenience of reserving a ‘float’ week. Pending availability one can stay during a desired week any time throughout the year.

Depending on the resort, the owner may also join a program within the resort’s network of properties. Many owners choose to purchase a membership with an exchange company to trade their week for another at a different resort.  Many developers like Silverleaf offer an in-house exchange program to keep your experiences new each year, with a lifetime of fantastic resorts to enjoy across the beautiful United States.

With all the available types of ownership, it is important to do research about what type of timeshare will work best for you. No matter which Silverleaf timeshare you choose, we know you’ll love it!