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need advice which resale to purchase that will get me the best resale return in future when exiting

Discussion in 'Marriott Vacation Club' started by hogs14, Nov 5, 2019.

  1. hogs14

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    Hilton Head barony Gold $10,900- 3225 pts -$1400 maint fee

    Ocean Point Silver - $11,900 – 3,825 Points - $1598 maint. fee

    Grand Ocean Gold – $14,400 - 3,325 Points – 1491 maint. fee

    Ocean Point Plat - $16,900 – 4,325 points - $1686 maint. Fee

    any one of these will get me to presedential bracket - I just want to know if in future i need to sell one of these , i want to know which would be best $$ return if need to exit

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    I don't think there is any way to know. Frankly I would make my decision figuring I would get nothing back and be pleasantly surprised when I did...

    George
     
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    How do you plan on getting the week enrolled to get you to Presidential?
     
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    Ocean Pointe Platinum will probably hold resale value more than others in the list.

    Are you aware that if you buy a resale week, you won't be able to enroll it, you won't get points and it will not count towards presidential?

    Edit: I see from your prior posts that you were planning to buy points retail from Marriott and enroll your resale weeks as part of the package. This may work, but then your resale week depreciation will be the least of your worries. Instead, the big thing is your retail points will depreciate pretty much to zero very quickly.
     
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    Those prices look like Marriott resale department prices. OP is likely to be weighing bundle options.
     
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    Silver will be worthless, Gold almost nothing, and the platinum week might get you 25% if your lucky. IMHO only.

    You can check the resale database ie ROFR kept by GregT and a sticky on the Marriott forum at the top of the page.
     
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    Look for ebay sales for any of these resorts.
     
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    Redweek shows actual sales of these weeks, doesn't mean the future is the same of course. Rofr shows activity on them as well. They are not worthless weeks it would appear. I still say take the Barony, it has some value and cheapest MF, esp. given the recent increase...
     
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    Personally, I would only consider purchasing the week that I was most likely to use. Maybe that could help you with your decision.



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