My contracts are not stand alone. I have many contracts in my account, I have not used the "Power Deed" to consolidate my contracts. They are a mixture of converted weeks, UDI, and Club Wyndham Access deeds.
So, run the numbers for me and put a price tag on intangibles:
Easy to do, get with the purchaser who owns no Wyndham Vacation Resorts points. Do the math based on actual offers (if data is available or can be guesstamated).
Step 2: After the hard math is done, then interview the person to determine what the intangeables are to them.
Step 3: Ask the person to then put a dollar value on the items they identified.
Step 4: Add of the dollar equilvant of the intangables and the hard math.
Example using post #20 as a basis. Assuming no exiting Club Wyndham Plus/Access points:
Silver VIP is currently 300,000 VIP eligable points (going up this fall).
86,000 points for $14,900 dollars (plus about 250 dollars in processing costs etc). Buy a 2 or 3 bedroom fixed or floating week fom E-Bay - $1 plus 600 est. closing costs.
From two different sources a PIC conversion could be found for up to 250,000 converted PIC points.
300,000 minus 86,000 equals 214,000 a convertable RCI eligable week would be needed.
Finding a fixed or floating week in a Prime Season, I believe, could still be a doable thing.
For about $15,600 dollars a move from 0 to 300,000 plus VIP eligable points could be gotten. If bought before this fall.
25 percent discount with VIP Silver made in the appropriate short notice time frame:
A made up intangable price for my hypothetical buyer:
VIP discount for Silver - $425 dollars per year
Club Wyndham Plus Benefits: 0
Right to feel flattered by Staff: 0
Expanded upgrade options: $862 dollars a year
Guest Passes/Reservations Transaction Fees -500 per year
Other VIP Benifits - 0
Having a delivered newspaper $15,600
No crying foul on the delivered newspaper value, it is my hyptheotical buyer.