If you’ve been looking for your lost shaker of salt Wyndham Vacation Club can help you find it in Nashville. Wyndham has teamed up with Margaritaville Nashville Hotel to open Margaritaville Vacation Club. The resort will have 52 time share units in condominium style and is set to open in the summer of 2019. Margaritaville Nashville will be in the SoBro district, a trendy area that has been reborn with the addition of the Music City Convention Center which brought a slew of new restaurants, cocktail bars and attractions to the area.
Topics: Wyndham Vacation Ownership
Disney Vacation Club members have a long list of benefits available to them. From access to the park during special hours of operation, to exclusive Disney cruises only for DVC members, and the perks available when you buy DVC points are continuing to grow. A new club level lounge experience is set to open in 2018 at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge and it’s reserved for DVC VIP.
While on your next "magical" vacation in Walt Disney World, take some time out for yourself to visit the spa, salon, or fitness center at your favorite Disney Resort.
The American Resort Development Association (ARDA) and the Resort Owner’s Coalition (ARDA-ROC) have been made aware of fraudulent activity by individuals using the email addresses “email@example.com” and “firstname.lastname@example.org” to defraud timeshare owners through improper representation of Fidelity Real Estate Agency, LLC (dba Fidelity Resales), a licensed Florida real estate broker and ARDA member in good standing.
Topics: Timeshare Resale Scams
Financing your next Hyatt Residence resale package might not be on your radar; however, paying cash up front may not be the best financial decision either once you discover reasons you may want to finance your next Hyatt purchase from the experts at Fidelity Resales.
Disney Vacation Club is not inexpensive. Few, if any, products of such caliber are. Between the initial cost, annual dues, and travel expenses, DVC members will easily end up spending tens of thousands of dollars over the course of ownership. More than anything though, it is the initial purchase price that seems to concern prospective members. It's a valid concern, especially considering the rapidly depreciating value of many non-Disney vacation ownership properties. However, after extensive research, we were surprised to discover that not only do DVC points generally retain their value, points at some resorts have actually appreciated over time!