June 7, 2017
timeshare at the San Clemente Inn located at 2600 Avenida Del Presidente. Just 20 of 283 timeshares at that property sold, generating $21,600 out of the $933,400 owed in back taxes and fees. (Photo by Jeff Gritchen, Orange County Register/SCNG)" />
California County Tries To Re-Coup timeshare Real Estate Taxes Through an Auction… My first thoughts were, will this work? It’s interesting here in Minnesota my taxes on my timeshare are only $24 per year and I am billed through my timeshare association. How in the world did almost a $1,000,000 in taxes become back logged like this. Maybe, it’s the government at work in weird California laws and how tax collections are made against associations. Can’t figure this out. Look here at the article about this.