Worldwide Timeshare is extending its services to offer a global timeshare exchange club.
The firm will expand on what it already offers under Worldwide Timeshare Exchange, adding more resorts and a range of extra benefits.
The changes come after a management buy-out of the UK-based company.
Following the buy-out from Worldwide Leisure Group, Worldwide Timeshare is now completely owned by its current management team, including managing director Phil Watson.
Worldwide Timeshare, which includes Europe’s largest timeshare resale company Worldwide Timeshare Hypermarket, will maintain its separate resale business.
However the company will expand the timeshare exchange services it offers through Worldwide Timeshare Exchange.
Features of Worldwide Timeshare Exchange
Worldwide Timeshare Exchange’s services will be relaunched in the next three months. It is offering:
- Membership at £30 a year.
- Exchanges at £79 a week, regardless of location, size of unit, and time of year.
- Access to bonus weeks at low prices. A week-long holiday booked six weeks before the check in date will be priced from £129 for a studio, £159 for a one-bedroom and £199 for a two bedroom.
The company also plans to launch more new products in the coming months which will bring a number of lifestyle benefits to their customers. One of these will offer timeshare owners the chance to use their investments to pay resort management fees.
Phil Watson said: “Our current customers will see little physical change – it’s still the same telephone number and the same staff.
“But with our newly found independence, we look forward to accelerating the growth of the two companies and strengthening their positions as market leaders.”
Phil has successfully led the company over the past decade. And even with the current economic challenges facing the travel and leisure industry, he has an extremely positive outlook.
He added: “We have already seized the opportunity to take on new premises and have begun plans to roll-out a new range of holiday products for our existing customers and to open up new markets.”