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We signed the contract to purchase a Hyatt Coconut week 40, and was informed by the settlement agent yesterday that Hyatt passed ROFR.

I just wonder how long it will take for the deed be transferred to our name since we do not plan to use the week 40 at Coconut, and would like to use CUP points.

What is the best way to utility CUP points vs be locked in home week at week 40? There is only 3 months left.

Any suggestion and ideas are highly appreciated. Thank you.
 

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We signed the contract to purchase a Hyatt Coconut week 40, and was informed by the settlement agent yesterday that Hyatt passed ROFR.

I just wonder how long it will take for the deed be transferred to our name since we do not plan to use the week 40 at Coconut, and would like to use CUP points.

What is the best way to utility CUP points vs be locked in home week at week 40? There is only 3 months left.

Any suggestion and ideas are highly appreciated. Thank you.
We just completed the process and it only took about a week for the deed to be recorded however it then has to go back to Hyatt to update their records which we are told could take at least a few weeks.

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We signed the contract to purchase a Hyatt Coconut week 40, and was informed by the settlement agent yesterday that Hyatt passed ROFR.

I just wonder how long it will take for the deed be transferred to our name since we do not plan to use the week 40 at Coconut, and would like to use CUP points.

What is the best way to utility CUP points vs be locked in home week at week 40? There is only 3 months left.

Any suggestion and ideas are highly appreciated. Thank you.
It really is luck of the draw when it comes to transfers. You still have the following to get through:

Seller signing the Deed
Recording at the county
Transfer company setting up the transfer to send to Hyatt
Hyatt performing the transfer and setting up the account

The first several items can be completed anywhere from about a week or can really drag out.

Hyatt is supposed to do transfers in 30 days. I’ve seen some handled in like 2 weeks and some take more than 60 days.

I never have any problem booking stuff and you can book any future date by the start of your checkin.

You can also make an interval reservation to extend.

You will be limited to reservations within 60 days they got to LCUP.
 

RM@SH

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It really is luck of the draw when it comes to transfers. You still have the following to get through:

Seller signing the Deed
Recording at the county
Transfer company setting up the transfer to send to Hyatt
Hyatt performing the transfer and setting up the account

The first several items can be completed anywhere from about a week or can really drag out.

Hyatt is supposed to do transfers in 30 days. I’ve seen some handled in like 2 weeks and some take more than 60 days.

I never have any problem booking stuff and you can book any future date by the start of your checkin.

You can also make an interval reservation to extend.

You will be limited to reservations within 60 days they got to LCUP.
We were fortunate, the first 3 items on your list only took about a week for us. 4th item is yet to be seen.

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We signed the contract to purchase a Hyatt Coconut week 40, and was informed by the settlement agent yesterday that Hyatt passed ROFR.

I just wonder how long it will take for the deed be transferred to our name since we do not plan to use the week 40 at Coconut, and would like to use CUP points.

What is the best way to utility CUP points vs be locked in home week at week 40? There is only 3 months left.

Any suggestion and ideas are highly appreciated. Thank you.
congratulations!

Ask the current owners to make a reservation for you if there is something you may be interested in. We did that and reimbursed the seller for the reservation fee and guest fee (I think it was about $83 combined). We were happy with the process and we got a unit/week that we wanted.

Best regards.

Mike
 

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We have a contract that has passed all checks and is waiting on Hyatt to setup our account.
Started the process May-10th and was told that it could be another month depending on how fast Hyatt moves.
 

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We have a contract that has passed all checks and is waiting on Hyatt to setup our account.
Started the process May-10th and was told that it could be another month depending on how fast Hyatt moves.
Sounds like you are in the same stage and timing as we are. We were told the same about Hyatt setting up our account last week.

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The sellers are unresponsive to our request to book a desired week for us. My question is whether we are locked in to use week 40 home week or we can use CUP points if the transfer is completed just 1-2 weeks before week 40. What happens if the transfer is completed after week 40?

Thanks for all valuable helps.
 

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The sellers are unresponsive to our request to book a desired week for us. My question is whether we are locked in to use week 40 home week or we can use CUP points if the transfer is completed just 1-2 weeks before week 40. What happens if the transfer is completed after week 40?

Thanks for all valuable helps.
You will not be locked into week 40. The home resort preference period will be over and those points have converted to CUP.

If it closes before week 40, you can make a CUP reservation with anything that is available. If it closes after week 40 then the points will be in LCUP. This basically means that you will have 6 months to make a reservation that is within 60 days. This summer has been challenging to use LCUP points. However, if you are flexible, you shouldn't have too much trouble using those points. It's a little easier for us since we live in Denver and can easily visit 4 Hyatt's for things like long weekends.
 

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Does anyone have a phone number for the transfers department at HV Global?
I just sent you a PM with the email address. I don't have the phone number, and I don't know that they have a direct line.
 

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I think I talked to them once when I was buying my first Hacienda Del Mar a few years ago from the Hyatt authorized resellers. ( thus got the hotel transfer points privilege). In any case maybe try calling MEMBER SERVICES ( not the regular Hyatt OWNER SERVICES Reservation line / dept ) and ask them for how best to contact the transfer department. I like wise live in Denver and like TRAVELHACKER I’m in BEAVER CREEK for the week burning points that I would otherwise loose.


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We signed the contract to purchase a Hyatt Coconut week 40, and was informed by the settlement agent yesterday that Hyatt passed ROFR.

I just wonder how long it will take for the deed be transferred to our name since we do not plan to use the week 40 at Coconut, and would like to use CUP points.

What is the best way to utility CUP points vs be locked in home week at week 40? There is only 3 months left.

Any suggestion and ideas are highly appreciated. Thank you.
It seems to vary. Don't be afraid to ping them weekly. That might get you pulled up to the top.
 
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