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You can rent—or buy—a week's use of a timeshare room, apartment or condominium in many of New England's most popular vacation destinations, and it could be your best deal.


Timeshare, also called Interval Ownership, is when someone purchases the right to use a lodging property (room, condominium, apartment, etc.) for given dates each year, usually measured in weeks.

For example, someone may purchase the right to use a 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom apartment at a ski resort for the first week in February, or at a beach resort for a specific week in August.

But here's where you come in: if the owner doesn't want to use the property for that week, it can be rented to non-owners, that is, to you and me, the general public.

Timeshare rentals give us a wide range of dates, locations and facilities from which to choose.

If you'd like to enjoy a week at the beach on Cape Cod, or a week enjoying the music, art museums, dance and drama in the Berkshires, or a ski week in Vermont, New Hampshire or Maine, a timeshare rental may be your best choice.

Smugglers Notch Ski Resort, Vermont
Rent a timeshare right next to the ski slopes...

—by Tom Brosnahan

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Bass River Beach, Cape Cod, Massachusetts

A summer week at the beach?
Look for a timeshare rental.





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