- Jun 19, 2005
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Within the past two months there have been three or four Ebay sales of weeks similar to ours at our resort. The winning bids have ranged from one cent to $5. These are all "red weeks" although some are "pinker" than others. Although we bought all three of the weeks we currently own via re-sale, this has been somewhat upsetting to me although I agree there is nothing I can do about it. Today a Week 22 in a building with a location similar to ours (in terms of closeness to the beach) sold for $1. When I saw this listing I tried to verify with both our resort and the management company whether the maintenance fees and assessment payments were up to date in case I wanted to recommend it to some people. They wouldn't give me the information, even though I indicated I didn't feel it was a privacy issue since I wasn't requesting information on the owner. Not being able to confirm whether everything was on the "up and up" might have kept some people from bidding. Wondering if other members of TUG consider this a privacy issue and also what can the resort do to keep out low bid buyers who may just decide to rent out the unit this year and then not pay maintenance fees next year?