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Do Time Shares report to your credit report, We have one we would like to get out of.
we paid 2000 dollars down and because of our age decided we cant afford it. How do we get rid of it'

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Each individual creditor decides whether or not to report to credit reporting bureaus. If your loan was from the property you may be able to negotiate a return of the property to th company. If the loan is from a third party then your best path may be to find a buyer for your property and sell it.

Also, if the lender is connected to the original seller of your property you may be able to negotiate a return of the property so that they can resell it.

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