Transactions related to time sharing are characterized from other real estate transactions by the following:
- Volume based homogeneous sales
- Seller financing
- High selling and marketing costs
- In default, recovery of the time-share by the seller and a forfeiture of principal by the buyer
As time-sharing companies generally have varied structures, there is more flexibility for these companies in the code than other industries which adopt more homogeneous operation structures.
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