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How to get rid of an unwanted time share

Judith's parents owned a time share. After they passed away, the time share became hers.

And she doesn't want it.

Judith wants to know if there's a way to offload a time share onto someone else, and whether this would affect her credit score.

ASK LAZ: Smart answers to consumer questions

I can understand her misgivings. You have to be real serious about your vacations to make a time share pay off. And even then, you may have to swallow thousands of dollars a year in maintenance fees.

But finding a buyer for an unwanted time share can be tricky. For my advice, check out today's Ask Laz video.

If you have a consumer question, email me at asklaz@latimes.com or contact me via Twitter @Davidlaz.

 

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