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Any tug members bidding on this week

Discussion in 'Buying, Selling & Renting Timeshares' started by jjking42, May 13, 2019.

  1. jjking42

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    Saw it but doubt it will pass ROFR.
     
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    Appears that 1 week costs $4K in maintenance fees so I can’t imagine why they would use their FROR.

    Once every 2 years use and $1995 annual maintenance fee. Seems expensive to use.

    Maybe I’m reading it wrong.
     
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    Isn’t it a 1/1 Mountain View? The 1995 is only due once every two years. It’s probably going to go for more, but most folks want 2/2’s and Oceanfront.
    There are much cheaper ways to get Hyatt points for trading, but if you (two of you) want to go to Maui every other April, and don’t mind a IV, it could be a very good deal. We paid a lot more for an EOYO 2/2 OV.
    I never let ROFR worry me, as many have taught me here. I offer what I want to pay and if Hyatt takes it, good for them.
     
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    I was not aware of it until I saw your post. I will be looking into it because it could pair nicely with our week 18 unit.
     
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    I figured it would go for much higher. Have no need for it actually since we have access to Maui via Westin. Actually looking into Incline Village or Sedona.
     
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    There’s a great 2000 point EOYE Week 38 HPP in Redweek for $2000. We were going to make an offer (we go to Oahu, Maui and Kauai every Odd Sept/Oct) and to Sedona, Durango, and Pagosa or Taos every Even Sept/Oct) but it is Unit 921 which has 18-20 steps, no elevator. We always travel with a wheelchair so it wouldn’t work no matter how cheap.
     
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    Thanks. I will check it out.
     
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    One bedroom island view, every other year, with high maintenance fees? I would say its real value is close to zero. It will sell for more, but only because it's a new Hyatt property. The resale prices will drop quickly in the next few years, as they normally do for new properties. Not a good buy.
     
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    how do you know it is island view ?
     
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    Unit number. 01 is island view, 02 is ocean view.

    First usage is 2021. Also, week 16 is low season for Hawaii. I would pass on it, even if it was free.
     
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    It would be interesting to see if it passes ROFR.
     
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    That will easily pass ROFR. It would have sold new for only about 16K. Sales aren't booming, they don't need a mountain view unit to resell.
     
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    Patience. I was probably outbid 20 times before when fell into my lap. But it was on WMTC.
     
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    Interesting. When I called and talked to a sales agent yesterday from the Hyatt Kaanapali about what they sell the 1 BR Mountain View for, he told me the mid 20's.
     
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    As all things, depends on when you bought it and how well you bargained. I'm sure he didn't give you their bottom figure. I took my number from the original pricing sheets. Also, each season is different. For example, weeks up to week 12 were about 22-23K originally. Price drops quickly starting with week 13 and so on
     
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    Ahhh... that makes perfect sense. That's why I joined TUG, to get great info. from people like you. Thanks!
     

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