-Potential for high profits due to the demand for time share exit services.
-Low overhead costs, since this type of business does not necessarily require a physical office or staff.
-Easy access to customers, as most people who need time share exit services are already online looking for help.
-Opportunities to partner with other travel companies or agencies to leverage their resources and customers.
-The ability to offer additional services, such as vacation planning, property management, and more.
-High competition from existing time share exit companies, which can make it difficult to establish a competitive edge.
-The potential for legal issues or disputes with the time share company over exit fees and other matters.
-Inability to advertise or market due to restrictions often placed on time share companies by their contracts.
-Time consuming process of researching and understanding the different types of time share contracts, as well as state and federal laws related to time share exit businesses.
-The need for specialized knowledge of the industry in order to effectively provide services.