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Thread: What is the group think of prices on last minute rentals within 60 days?

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    I put a few posts up here at timeshareforums.

    This forum is for Rentals that expire within 90 days and can not cost above $1250 for the week or $200 a day up to six days to a max of $1250 for a full week.

    I do have to go back and edit for a 2br hanalei bay which exceeds the limit. The 90 day line is AWESOME. You can get airfare in 90 days if needed. I hope more people take advatage of it.
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    Late to this, but I definitely think there is a market for exactly the type of properties you mention. $1250 for a premium property sounds reasonable and I would definitely peruse the offerings on a regular basis, if easily available.

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    Quote Originally Posted by happymum View Post
    Late to this, but I definitely think there is a market for exactly the type of properties you mention. $1250 for a premium property sounds reasonable and I would definitely peruse the offerings on a regular basis, if easily available.
    Agree

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    Quote Originally Posted by lawren2 View Post
    A good friend of mine changed jobs last fall and really loves her new company (which will remain nameless). I have been posting the cheap stuff over at TUG that falls at $700 or less. BUT there are some outrageous resorts that would have to list at $1000 to $1200 to cover costs and price rules. Is there a market for those? Here?

    When you look at $300 to RCI JUST FOR THE EXCHANGE portion $700 is a true distress number. The one timeshare I still own is just under $700/year for maintenance fee and it is not a namebrand. Not looking to run a profit center but I can't list them at a loss.

    What do you all think?
    I dont understand your question, nor do I understand what your friends new job has to do with anything

    Having said that Ill give you my take on rentals

    Maintenance fees have nothing to do with what you can get for your rental.. Its the market that determines rental prices> what I do is to check out the competition and then price my offer a little less. If that means I have to take a loss on some weeks, so be it... at least I get something

    By the way I find Craigs List to be the place to find customers at the last minute

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    I welcome all opportunities to rent, especially as I have pared down my ownerships.

    And in the non-timeshare world (including my children who just asked me to get Hershey for Easter break),60-90 days is "advanced" planning!

    Maria

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