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Free week at Grandview Las Vegas. Fees paid for 2020, and I will cover 2021 maintenance. Reply in this forum and we will work out how to contact each other. No liens - paid in full.

Check in day is Sunday

Annual Week 14 (4April2021)
Unit 3-101A
One bedroom - sleeps 4
Maintenance fee is currently $417.50

Buyer pays transfer fees.
I will pay 2021 maintenance.

Don
 
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No interest? Let me know how to make this more attractive. I realize the next date is a year away, but why wait?
 

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Grandview units converted to RCI points are more desirable than a RCI weeks unit that gets TPUs. That may be why you haven’t had a nibble.


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Grandview units converted to RCI points are more desirable than a RCI weeks unit that gets TPUs. That may be why you haven’t had a nibble.


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We used to have RCI, but decided it was more lucrative to put our week up for RCI to rent it for us.

I would consider paying the RCI enrollment fee if someone wanted that option.
 

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Timeshare is still up for grabs.
 

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@wintersd Enrolling in RCI points is different than paying the RCI membership fee. As @SmithOp points out, TPUs are what you get with an RCI membership. Enrolling in RCI points costs much more than the RCI membership fee and is an entirely different currency.

You state “We used to have RCI, but decided it was more lucrative to put our week up for RCI to rent it for us.” A word of caution, RCI doesn’t rent owner’s weeks for your profit although there are many scammers out there that pretend to be RCI and make claims to have a renter standing by.
 
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To clarify, I let GrandView rent it out for me. Until this year, it has always covered our maintenance in the years we don't use it. They take a chunk of the proceeds, but I still net a small return.
 

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To clarify, I let GrandView rent it out for me. Until this year, it has always covered our maintenance in the years we don't use it. They take a chunk of the proceeds, but I still net a small return.
Just saw this and found it useful. Is there a specific team to contact to ask Grandview to rent it out? Every time we call them on the usual number it’s very slow. Or is there an email contact? Thanks
 

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I usually just email them. It's pretty painless. They take their cut and mail a check for the balance. Until this year, we always more than covered maintenance fees.

Don
 
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