okay, now i am REALLY confused. can someone explain this to me please.
is my ORIGINAL reservation at the grand vista or for one of the other 5 florida clubs. it this reservation in ADDITION to the week i own at the grand vista or in place of?
so let's say i own at grand vista, where i might possible rent my easter week 2 bedroom for approx. $1500.00. i go to the florida club and happen to get lucky and can reserve a 2 bedroom easter week at ocean point. now i can turn around and rent this OP unit, that i don't own, for $2500.00 .is this be right??
If you own at Grande Vista and your interval is deeded as part of the Florida club, then you can float your week across all Florida club resorts according to the reservation rules. Those rules allow you to reserve a week at any of the Florida club resorts, but only at the 6 month prior to check in mark. I think it has to be in the season you bought too. Also, remember, you pay extra for this access in your maintenance fees whether or not you use it.
Your rights to the reserved unit are identical as if you owned it since those are the property rights granted to you as part of your deed. So, you can do anything that is allowed by the HOA and is consistent with property ownership rights in this country. So yes, you can rent it.
It's too bad that Marriott didn't deed all properties in this way across all resorts. Then, it could simply use its reservation system to book weeks as opposed to using II. It can still do it and should some day. It would just be easier if it were part of the HOA and deeds.
Good luck getting Marriott's Ocean Pointe for Easter week at the 6 month mark. It ain't gonna happen.