Sell My Timeshare NOW, the global leader in the online marketing and advertising of timeshare resales and timeshare rentals, has released a promising midyear report marked by both expansion and strong numbers. In addition to opening a new Orlando timeshare advertising sales office, Sell My Timeshare NOW has seen year-over-year increases in both website traffic and offers to buy or rent timeshare resales and timeshare rentals. CEO Jason Tremblay explains, “A tough economy brings an excellent challenge to business to step up your game, deliver more, and work smarter. We think our growth and continued strength verify that what we do works for the timeshare owner and the timeshare industry.”
Sell My Timeshare NOW is a privately held company and not required to release annual or quarterly reports. However, they routinely make a business synopsis available to provide the timeshare industry and people who want to buy, rent, or sell timeshare with updated information about the company’s business. Their July 2009 Business Synopsis shows continued growth in all areas of business with the strongest gains being in timeshare rentals.
Year-to-date, Sell My Timeshare NOW has received nearly $240 million in offers to buy or rent timeshare, marking a 15 percent increase over figures through June 2008. Offers to rent timeshare have shown a 140 percent increase over year-to-date timeshare rental offers for 2008, and a 79 percent increase in the amount of these offers.
Director of Communications Steve Luba explains that people appreciate the vacation value of timeshare resales and timeshare rentals and that more timeshare owners are realizing how easy it is to rent timeshare. Luba says, “As Sell My Timeshare NOW continues to grow, and now with our new Orlando timeshare call center, we are expanding our services and making all our products more customizable to better meet the unique needs of each vacationer or traveler.”
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