Mexico is one of those destinations that will always have something to offer visitors, particularly those that travel from the United States or Canada. With so many high quality fractional ownership opportunities, buying a timeshare in Mexico makes perfect sense to many people. Just think about taking a yearly vacation in the sun, basking in the comfort of your home away from home.
Cheap Direct Flights
Timeshare in Mexico is the next logical step for most families and couples who want to secure relaxing vacations in Mexico’s top resorts on a yearly basis. One of the advantages of taking regular vacations in Mexico if you are from North America is the number of cheap flights that fly direct from many of the major airports. The flights are relatively short and regular, meaning that it is easy to access your timeshare whenever you want.
Mexico is also renowned for its sunny year round climate. Whatever resort destination you choose, whether Cancun, Puerto Vallarta or Cabo San Lucas, you are pretty much guaranteed great weather, even in winter months. This is a plus when buying a timeshare fixed week as it means that you are not limited to the summer months nor have to pay the high prices of flights during the most popular dates.
Value for Money
As an emerging economy, many people buy timeshare in Mexico as an investment. Mexico’s timeshare industry is particularly attractive because of the quality products it offers at low prices. Because of low labor costs and other factors, the Mexican timeshare resorts offer large, impressive accommodations for a fraction of the price you would pay in other destinations. You also benefit from the expertise of timeshare companies that have established themselves over a the decades, companies that know how to build dream resorts for dream vacations.
Relatively recently the Mexican government have placed a number of restrictions and regulations on the timeshare industry to protect consumers and legitimate timeshare operators. In the past, there had been many incidences of scams and dubious practices that gave Mexican timeshares a bad name. The new regulations promote greater transparency and help to strengthen trust in the timeshare industry once more.