Cancun, Q.R. — More than 25 timeshare companies have been certified by the Association of Vacation Clubs of Quintana Roo after meeting legal standards.
With the goal of providing legal certainty to future timeshare buyers, la Asociación de Clubes vacacionales de Quintana Roo (Acluvaq) says they have certified 26 developments. Patricia de la Peña, president of the association, says the developments were reviewed by the municipal advisory committees and met the requirements established by the different laws for commercialize timeshares.
She indicated that timeshares make up 38,779 rooms between Cancun, Puerto Morelos and Riviera Maya and reports an average occupation rate of 84 percent.
She explained that Mexico ranks second in the world in number of timeshare developments but that the state of Quintana Roo is first in Mexico and Latin America.
“Hence the importance of offering tourists the reliability necessary to acquire these services,” she added.
The Association of Vacation Clubs of Quintana Roo began their first certifications in 2015 with 18 developments. They now have 26 that fully comply with the legal requirements.