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We were wondering about renting out some of our Vidanta weeks, we have more than we need and was wondering what everyone uses and how successful? So far, I have seen redweek.com, whicj seems legit but its not free.
Hello world! (First to start a thread.)
I am considering purchasing one of the HGVC Las Vegas resorts because the annual maintenance cost is usually cheaper (I am primarily looking for points!) and I like to look around CES.
I will look for the historical rental price, but I am not sure when...
As the title says, I have amassed quite a bunch of points through RCI. We just had a baby, and with COVID, we haven't been using them. Whats the best way to get renters? Ideally, I could book anything available though RCI - and for a great deal. Just looking to cover some of my costs.
[Please review the rules and big red date at the top of the forum. Also, since the maximim asking price on this forum is $115 per night, you are highly unlikely to get a 3 bedroom in Hawaii during high season for that rate.]
Hi we are owners at Wyndham palm Aire, we we're thinking of renting our 2020 points, we have stuff planned etc, questions we have are as follows
1) we have enough points to rent 3 weeks a two bedroom. Do we rent as one block? Or break into three? I'm a newbie but if I break into three won't I...
What is the recommended way to handle the money transaction when renting your own timeshare to another person via TUG or RedWeek, etc. ? I know some service such as Redweek offer a Title company for a fee to protect both renter and rentee for a fee of around $200 ( which could be split...