would suggest posting it up in the bargain deals forum here as well!
highlight that you have already paid the 2017 maintenance fees, AND you are covering the closing costs yourself so that essentially any new owner gets this completely free.
Brian's suggestions are good ones, to which I'll add a few property-specific observations. Having been to this place (once), I know that it is fundamentally a converted motel, but it's nice and does
have its' own beachfront, so don't fail to point that out. Many units (not all) have some very nice views; "off season" is not necessarily a "show stopper", as the property location is darned good! Just be very clear about unit size (studio units there are truly tiny), number of BR and bathrooms. Also be honest about the kitchen limitations (i.e., no stoves, iirc) and accurately and specifically cite the most recent annual maintenance fee amount, even if
you are the one paying those fees this
time in order to entice a new owner. Finally, don't neglect to clearly identify the week and unit number (if fixed) and if it is a "floating" ownership, identify specifically the range of all weeks during which reservations can be made under your particular "floating" ownership.
I believe that VRI still / currently manages this facility. IMnsHO, that's a good
thing, which you should definitely mention in any and all ads that you place.
Last but certainly not least, I understand that a $1,100 special assessment has been imposed here, spread out over 3 years, with $400 due this year and $370 due in each of the next two years. I respectfully suggest that you seriously consider who you expect to absorb that cost in any prospective ownership transfer.
Personally, I think that a week at this place, even "off season", is something in which someone
may well be interested if you make the deal attractive enough. Good luck!