Timeshare Industry Fuels U.S. Economy

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It’s not only the vacationers that love timeshare; the local cities and towns where timeshare resorts are located love it as well.   That’s because it adds so much to their local economy.

For instance, timeshare represents:

  • $68.7 billion in consumer and business spending
  • 473,000 full- and part-time jobs
  • $23.6 billion in salaries and wages
  • $8.5 billion in tax revenue

Spending by timeshare owners and guests during timeshare stays was estimated at $10 billion in 2013. About $2.1 billion was spent on-site at resorts, while $7.9 billion was spent off-site in the communities where the timeshare resorts are located.

For more details, check out our infographic and to learn more about vacationing with timeshare, go to www.VacationBetter.org.

Timeshare Industry Fuels the U.S. Economy

Combined direct, indirect, and fiscal impacts in 2013 by the U.S. timeshare industry included $68.7 billion in consumer and business spending, 473,000 full- and part-time jobs, $23.6 billion in salaries and wages, and $8.5 billion in tax revenue. ...