How Much do Timeshare Sales Reps Earn? - Villa Group Recruiting

Sales representative jobs in the timeshare industry in Mexico can be a highly paid employment. Along with the costs of living in Mexico being very low, and as you will be living at the beach you living standards will be very high.

Performance Driven Jobs Earn the Highest

You must always remember that any jobs driven by performance are usually commission based with bonuses. Within the first few weeks of work, you may have to have enough finances put aside to support yourself before any commission money flows in. If moving into this line of work you should have at least two to three months of expenses in your bank.

The Sky’s the Limit for Timeshare sales reps earnings

If you have a professional attitude and appearance with a positive, fun loving outgoing personality, you will do well in the timeshare industry. You can expect to earn a great salary for your work, with average annual earnings expected to be in the region of $70,000 to $120,000++ US dollars. In general, a new sales rep would expect to get 1 sale per week, which equates to roughly 1 sale out of every 10 clients that they see.

Can you make one sale a week?

As an average timeshare sales rep you would expect out of every 10 clients you see to maybe obtain 1, 2 or even 3 sales. As a top experienced rep you should be able to achieve probably 3 or 4 sales out of every 10 clients. A sales count of less than 1 out of 10 would not be good for the rep due to the commission based payment or the company. The remuneration for an average rep is likely to be in the region of 0-4K, a good rep 4-8 K, great 8-15K and outstanding 15-30 K.

Experienced timeshare sales Reps who in the main do not require in-depth training within the first weeks are the ones who generally make money within a few days of arriving. They also had to start at the bottom and work their way up to the top, so if you have what it takes you can really make the grade as a timeshare sales rep in Mexico.

— November 17, 2016

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