I enjoy reading your statements seen from the other side of the table, from your posts you seem like one of the few honorable timeshare sellers. Most timeshare sellers tend to be rude and lie. For this reason we often say on tug: how do you know that a salesman is lying... his lips are moving.1. Yes.
2. Interesting, how did you acquire these figures? Is this based on soliciting buyback offers from the developer, or some other source?
3. Interesting, but I would presume that a NYC deed would experience higher rates of MF inflation than the national average, and I am using national averages in the calculations here. My research indicates that 3% is the national average (and 2.5% is from analysis of the price sheets of my own product, which are in line with what I understand to be the national average), but I am open to seeing data from an alternative source.
4. This presumes that you cannot sell the deed, whereas my company is happy (if not desperate) to buy back these premium deeds.
The only timeshares where ppl are actually able to get their money back if they sell that’s Disney. That assume that you are buying resale. As Disney is not operating with high/low season deeds but just points they would exercise rofr if the price is too low or if other criteria are met. Disney is also the only timeshare which you can make money owning. As Disney does not provide any incentives for buying in terms of bonus points only a small developer credit if you buy “enough” points, my guesstimate is that you aren’t working for them. Adding that Disney does not have a premium location but they do have a premium brand.
We own HGVC in NYC imo NYC is a premium location but nevertheless when we bought resale the seller had their deed listed for sale for a long time. I only know how Disney and hgvc sort of operates and none of them buys their members deeds if they wish to sell. The sellers have to find an buyer committing to buy before they decide to exercise their rofr rights. That’s also why you will see listings from time to time from HGVC NYC deeds which is priced very low ultimately they will be scooped up by rofr (chances are high)