"Serve Others as You would Serve Yourself"            
You need to analyse your holiday requirements carefully and to choose that which is going to provide the best  results for you. This is a vital point, and we are always careful to assist buyers in this regard.  South Africa has one of the fastest growing timeshare markets, and has a thriving resale industry. We can  offer South African timeshare resorts on the resale market that are easily comparable with the finest in  Europe and the USA. As you read this through, may we suggest that you make a note of any questions you  would like us to answer?  You have made your choice – paid your purchase price and costs, and now the ongoing cost will be your annual  levy payment, which will be invoiced to you (the owner) by the resort.  None of us look forward to accounts, but it is necessary to pay this levy to cover maintenance costs and  refurbishment - costs to maintain the standard of quality of your timeshare resort. An Annual General  Meeting is held where all timeshare owners can have their say and be kept updated with what is happening at  their resort as well as to any levy increases. Levies for timeshare that you own in South Africa are billed in South Africa Rand, so your maintenance fees  will vary based on the current exchange rate at the time you pay your annual maintenance fees. Overseas  owners are “BIG WINNERS” due to the exchange rate which is very much in their favour.  HOW DO I PAY MY LEVIES?  Your annual maintenance fees, or levies, are payable directly to the resort, and can usually be paid with  credit card authorization by fax or email. There are no annual taxes associated with South African  Timeshare Ownership. THOSE WHO CANNOT AFFORD A LUMP SUM TO PAY THEIR ANNUAL LEVY CAN MAKE ARRANGEMENTS  WITH THEIR RESORT TO PAY OFF THE LEVY BY MONTHLY DEBIT ORDER. Many good folk use their annual bonuses to go on holiday. Some save up on a monthly basis to cover the cost  of the holiday accommodation and some, sadly, sit at home. The wise holiday makers purchase a timeshare  which they can afford – and when they go on holiday their accommodation is paid for and whatever money  they take with them on holiday is spending money!  ANNUAL LEVY:  Some folk say that the levy will rise. Of course it will … ALL HOLIDAY RESORTS,  WHETHER THEY BE TIMESHARE OR NOT are faced with exactly the same running costs – for example,  rates, taxes, staff wages, maintenance, linen, cutlery, and so the list goes on. Therefore, if a timeshare  resorts increases its levies so do the standard holiday resorts in the way of their daily tariff charges. The  difference is that timeshare owners have a direct control over the setting of the levies through the annual  general meeting held by the owners of all the other timeshare weeks which is paid to the Management  Association – a non-profit body made up of all the owners of the timeshare resort. Holiday resorts are there  to make a profit!  They vary from development to development since resort running costs are dependent on many different  upkeep and maintenance factors, for example beachfront vs bushveld etc. Gold Crown vs Standard Family-  type resorts. The annual increments should be in line with inflation in well managed developments. Last year  the average increase in SA in levies was 6%.    WHEN YOU COMPARE QUALITY WITH QUALITY NORMAL HOLIDAY RESORTS MAKE A PROFIT AND ARE  THEREFORE MORE EXPENSIVE AS COMPARED TO TIMESHARE RESORTS.  Timeshare will always be the winner. Contact Details: PO Box 6235 Westgate 1734, Republic of South Africa. Phone +27 011 760 1120. email ron@fairfields.co.za PLEASE SEE THE SPECIAL OFFERS UNDER HOT SPECIALS IF YOU WANT TO RECEIVE OUR REGULAR SPECIALS & OUR NEWSLETTER PLEASE SEND US YOU DETAILS IN THE CONTACT FORM HERE OR ABOVE
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