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What's my FF timeshare worth?

Bill4728

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FF/Wyndham TS sell for around $0.01 /pt so your would be worth around $660.
 

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of course if you don't sell it you can always rent your points for $5 per 1K which will probably make you more money than selling it.
 

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I have a 66K points timeshare with Ocean Walk , Daytona. What is it worth if I were to sell it?
Unfortunately very few people who are knowledgeable about buying resale will be interested in such a small amount of points, unless maybe he/she already owns points based at your resort and wants to add to their account.

There are too many Wyndham FF Points deals being auctioned off on Ebay at very low prices, and this has really driven down the value of points.

I recently purchased 140,000 FF Points (based at a southeast Florida resort) for $297. plus $399. in closing costs and $100. resort transfer fees.
 

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of course if you don't sell it you can always rent your points for $5 per 1K which will probably make you more money than selling it.
Or you can rent points from others to have enough points to go for a week at one of the Wyndham resorts that interests you
 

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If you book 90 days or less from your travel date, you can either "borrow" the next years points and/or rent ($5.00 per thousand) directly from Wyndham up to the number of points you own.

So 66,000 + 66,000 (rented for $330) + 66,000 (borrowed from next use year) gets you a nice vacation (198,000 points). Then the next year rent another 66,000 points and borrow the balance from the next year.
 

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So 66,000 + 66,000 (rented for $330) + 66,000 (borrowed from next use year) gets you a nice vacation (198,000 points). Then the next year rent another 66,000 points and borrow the balance from the next year.
If 198K gets you a nice vacation what does 132K get you in years 2 - N

Or is their an ongoing additional $660 to keep at the 198K level ( 2 * 330 ) plus the existing maintenance and fairshare (there's an oxymoron) fees on the original purchase?

Total annual cost $ 1200 - 1500 getting very close to rack rental rates . . . .
 
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Info on renting Wyndham points

of course if you don't sell it you can always rent your points for $5 per 1K which will probably make you more money than selling it.
I am interested in renting my 154K points for 2009 - any suggestions or where I can get $5/1K. This will atleast cover my maintenance costs:)
 
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