Websites such as BuyATimeshare.com and MyResortNetwork.com feature listings of timeshares by owner. Prospective renters either bid on properties or rent the time outright at the listed price.
Timeshare rental websites allow potential renters to find owners with properties in their desired locale. Most sites feature a search engine with available rentals. Renters can look at pictures of the property and even read reviews of both the property and the owner.
VacationOwnership.com has listings of all kinds of timeshare rentals. The listings include the desired rental price, unit size and time available. Renters can either make a bid on the listings or talk to an agent with the company. The company guarantees all bookings made through the site. Payment isn't charged until both parties have signed a rental agreement.
MyResortNetwork.com is another website that connect timeshare owners with potential renters. The site is one of the original such platforms. Property owners list their own timeshares on the site. They don't have to pay a commission, though, but instead submit a one-time fee. Renters pay the owners directly.
BuyTimeshare.com is a resource for both owners and potential renters. The site has instructions for owners putting their timeshare up for rent, such as what documents are necessary and how to price the property. The site conducts all promotion and eventually connects the property with interested renters.