If you are wondering how to sell timeshare, it is important to understand how much your property is worth, in order to pitch it at an acceptable price that will appeal to buyers.

Leading timeshare brand Marriott has recently conducted research into its top five resales properties based on sales transactions. With demand clearly high for the highest five rankings, anyone looking at how to sell timeshare at one of these destinations should be in with a good chance of completing a sale.

<H2>Marriott’s top five resales</H2>

According to the research, Marriott’s Grande Vista in Florida’s Orlando scored as the number one property for timeshare resales for this global brand. Figures show that the average resale price at this timeshare property is around $4,500, with over 300 resales occurring every year.

It comes as no surprise to discover that one of Marriott’s properties in Hawaii is ranked at second place. Hawaii has long been a favourite choice for holidaymakers and those deciding to own timeshare, so it makes sense that the resales market is thriving in this tropical enclave. According to the research, if you own a property at Marriott’s Ko Olina Beach Club in Hawaii you can expect to achieve a resale value of $10,530 on average. During January 2013 to July 2014, 116 timeshare properties at this location were sold on the resales market.

Following the Ko Olina Beach Club in third place is Marriott’s Maui Ocean Club, located on Hawaii’s second biggest island. The resort is situated in one of the most desirable destinations on Maui, with a stunning beach side setting. Little wonder then that if you sell your timeshare here, you can expect, on average, to rake in just under $7,000. Figures show that there were 175 resales at the Maui Ocean Club last year.

Marriott’s fourth biggest resale property in terms of saleability is awarded to Timber Lodge in California’s South Lake Tahoe. Offering great facilities, Timber Lodge is a popular choice for those who like to ski, with the Heavenly Gondola and Ski Resort within close proximity. Properties here go for around $5,500 on the timeshare resales market, with 124 annual sales achieved previously.

In fifth place, Marriott’s Kauai Beach Club, another coastal retreat in Hawaii, sells for an average of $5,700 on the resales market, with over 130 annual resales occurring. This luxurious property is designed to replicate a royal Hawaiian estate and is located on the stunning Kalapaki Beach.

Even if you do not own property in any of these locations, if you are wondering how to sell timeshare, getting to know how much it is worth can make it easier to start the selling process.