No, we only charge a commission, paid by either buyer or seller at the time of sale. Commissions may vary depending on a number of factors, including the resort, location of timeshare. The percent is typically higher than residential real estate due to the nature of the product.
Developer's right to buy back the interval. Developer replaces the buyer but terms of the contract remain the same. ROFR fluctuates from developer to developer depending on a number of conditions, including contract terms and market conditions. Not all resorts have an ROFR process. Your agent will be able to confirm if your resort has this process or not.
Because the resale market is a buyer's market, it can take time to locate a buyer. There are many sellers competing for fewer buyers, and this is what drives down the price of a used timeshare. Timeshare regulation has also given buyers the right to rescind a contract for any reason after 10 days. Even if there is a contract in place, the buyer may find a better deal within 10 days and decide to rescind.