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Steps to rent out my Hyatt timeshare week

casanmateo415

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I am a newbie on timeshare and own a week of Hyatt Highlands Inn in Carmel. I would like to rent it out this year. What are the steps to do that? Should I go ahead to reserve my home week and then later ask for guest certificate from the resort?

Thanks in advance!
 

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Yes - You want to reserve a high demand week, and advertise that specific week. If you wait for renter's requests, the best week are already gone. At this point it may be challenging to get a high demand week.

Here is the travel demand index, showing the demand for every week of the year for Northern, CA - as you would expect, summer has the highest demand:

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wilma

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Yes - You want to reserve a high demand week, and advertise that specific week. If you wait for renter's requests, the best week are already gone. At this point it may be challenging to get a high demand week.

Here is the travel demand index, showing the demand for every week of the year for Northern, CA - as you would expect, summer has the highest demand:

tdi-55.gif

Actually, the OP has a fixed week at Hyatt Carmel so they can only rent out that fixed week, whether or not it is a high demand week. If they deposit their fixed week points into the Hyatt points system and request a higher demand week they can not rent that week according to Hyatt Club rules-
"With the exception of Weeks or Split Weeks reserved during a Home
Resort Preference Period, Club Members are prohibited from renting to a third party any accommodation reserved
through the Club’s reservation system, including Interval International accommodations."

So the Op can only rent out their fixed week and then get a guest cert from Hyatt Vacation club for the renters.
 
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