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When it boils right down to it, no one really uses his or her timeshare as a retirement home. However, there is an up swing in the amount of timeshare owners that vacation more in their retired years. This is particularly true if they had purchased their timeshare in their early working years when the payments were more affordable.
The majority of retirees are inclined to look for peaceful, secluded areas, like the little out-of-the-way cabins set up in the Wisconsin Dells, or maybe even a beachfront condo during the more or less low-key months of May or September.
Some of the most well liked choices for retirees include Arizona, Marco Island in Florida,Upper Midwest, England and Italy (both have a high amount of timeshare destinations), Colorado (except during the ski season), and finally the Pacific Northwest and Canada (again - except during the ski season).
|Jennifer Mathes, Ph.D.|