Once a point chart is established when the resort is brought into the system that won't change. Although say they didn't have any presidential or presidential reserve unit and added some. Those units would get added with whatever they determine the point values should be. But nothing would change for any of the already established unit types.
No matter what type of points you own we all see and use the same point charts.
If you have a contract for CWA, Club Wyndham Access, points you only have ARP. Advance Reservation Priority, at the 13 month window at the resorts in CWA and only the inventory in CWA. Not all resorts are in CWA and not all the inventory at the resorts that are in CWA is in CWA either. If you own deeded points at a specific resort those are CWS, Club Wyndham Select, points. You have ARP at that resort. Both types of points can book any resort at 10 months and either type of inventory.
If you aren't going to need a three or four bedroom unit for a high demand week, say Christmas week at Bonnet Creek, then there is no advantage at owning either there or CWA points. Both of which have much higher maintenance fees. Depending on what your needs are I usually recommend owning at a resort with much lower maintenance fees. Maintenance fees are something you will pay as long as you own and determine the cost of every single stay.
Our combined maintenance fees for the three resorts we own at are $5.02 per thousand which includes the program fee. CWA is approximately $6.35 and Bonnet Creek is $6.45 based on owning a total of at least 231k points. If you don't own at least 231,000 points you are paying the minimum program fee of $131 instead of .56 per thousand points. Some low maintenance fee resorts to own at are Grand Desert 1, 2, or 3, Panama City Beach, National Harbor, Waikiki Beach Walk, Bali Hai, Canterbury, Ocean Boulevard Tower 3 only, Kingsgate, and there are others too that I'm not remembering at the moment. All of them have maintenance fees of probably no more than $5.25 per thousand points and some less which would include the program fee and is based on owning at least 231,000 points. Sedona and Smoky Mountains, 2 is better than 1, and both are little higher than the other resorts I mentioned but still not too high.