No. This has been an ongoing misconception of US consumers of timeshare for quite some time. Used mainly as a selling point by developers to create value for a product that is similar to real property, which increases in value over time and can be willed to your heirs. The only similarity is that it is deeded. Timeshare always decreases in value, while increasing in liability as annual maintenance and tax fees continue to rise. It is not an asset or something that anyone should pass on to their heirs.