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How Can I Protect Myself from an Inconsiderate Renter?

When you are renting your timeshare to an unknown person, you need to be aware that for any loss or damage caused to the property, or for any other issues concerning the property, the resort management may hold you liable. Therefore, you need to make a legally binding agreement (written, not verbal) with the renter that will make him/her liable for any wrongdoing or misbehavior at the resort. A strong agreement also acts as a deterrent and will ensure that the renter does not break any rules and regulations of the resort. You may get an effective agreement drafted through an experienced timeshare broker. For more info, see You Have a Timeshare to Rent - Now What?