Timeshare property is a real estate

When a timeshare property is owned by deed, it is considered real estate property. Many real estate laws are applicable to timeshare owners in the same way they are to home owners. You own the property rights to a deeded timeshare until you sell it or until you pass away. You maintain partial ownership and equity in the property. You must also pay the resort company maintenance fees, insurance, and taxes on your timeshare as part of the contract.