Timeshares have been around since the mid-1960s when an entrepreneurial resort owner in the Swiss Alps began selling blocks of time to European vacationers. The idea was that it was more affordable and convenient for people to share ownership of a vacation property than for one person to shoulder the entire expense and upkeep responsibility. Photo Credit: Spigoo
Dubai has claimed its place as a new home to luxury and high-end lifestyles. Its housing market is no different. Here, MainStreet highlights several homes that make American mansions look like dollhouses.