How To Be Certain Your Mexico Residence Club Is Truly A Deeded Ownership
The new word on the beach is that Mexico Timeshares Resort and Residence Club Companies are now offering Deeded Ownerships! Is this Deeded Ownership statement really true? How can a buyer of a Mexico Timeshare and/or Residence Club be certain that his/her purchase is truly deeded? What does the buyer need to look for in the contract in order to verify such statement? These are all excellent questions that we will cover in this article. Recently, we have noticed more clients then usual stating they have purchased deeded inventory in Mexico from a timeshare resort company. In our own personal research we’ve discovered that very few Mexico Timeshare resorts offer Deeded Ownership as the word Deeded is viewed and understood in the United States. In regards to Mexican Residence Clubs, as well, it is very limited the amount of Residence Club companies who offer a “Deeded Ownership” as understood here in the U.S. and Canada. It is important for Mexico Timeshare Buyers to know that if they have been presented with “Deeded Ownership” that they be certain that their ownership is truly deeded in the manner they so understood. If a Mexico Timeshare buyer has already discovered that the purchase is not truly deeded and now wishes to Cancel the Mexico Timeshare or Residence Club purchase then simply Download the Complete Step-by-Step Guide on How To Cancel Your Mexico Timeshare. The complete step-by-step guide will also work if a buyer wishes to Cancel A Mexico Residence Club Contract too!
There Are No New Laws Demanding Mexico Timeshare Resorts To Offer U.S. Style Deeded Ownership!
Yes, we are hearing rumors on the ground and beginning to have more clients calling in to verify if such laws have changed in Mexico. There have been no new Laws stating that Mexico Timeshare Resorts now need to Deed a portion of their inventory! If you have been told such by a salesperson you may have been the victim of Deceitful Sales Practices.
Why Are Some Resort Companies Offering Deeded Inventory?
The reason why some resort companies are now choosing to Deed their inventory is due to the EXTREMELY HIGH PRICING being asked for the top tier luxury products. Many clients in order to spend for the top tier product wish to have more benefits afforded them then the regular based timeshare or even when compared to the upper-end timeshare. So it makes sense that some outfits have offered Deeded inventory. The major benefit of Deeded Inventory and the reason why it commands higher pricing is the security that the investment will be available without hassle and headache for SPECIFIC WEEK(S) of the year for an agreed upon length of time which should be spelled out in the agreement. If specific week(s) are not blocked out then there is absolutely NO GUARANTEE that the buyer will indeed get the reservation. If the buyer does have SPECIFIC WEEK(S) OF YEAR blocked out as per his/her contract then the contract IS NOT A U.S. STYLE “DEEDED” AGREEMENT.
How Do I Know For Sure If My Contract Is Deeded?
A contract that is Deeded should have a proper Deed Number that has been registered with the proper authorities. Each client should check to see if the contract is Deeded for the amount of time that the Salespeople have presented to them to be fact. This is important since a salesperson could say that the inventory is deeded for 50 years when it is really only deeded for 25 years. This can be a major factor if the original clients are looking for the purchase to be passed down to the subsequent generations! Deeded Inventory should also be Fixed Inventory(ex. Week #51 & 52). The root idea of Deeded Inventory is that it is ENTIRELY YOURS for the contracted period of time in the signed agreement and nobody else! If the Deeded Inventory is not Fixed then in reality the client does not have Deeded Inventory, rather the client has Right-To-Use Inventory which offers zero guarantee of availability.
What To Do If Buyer Finds Out That Contract Is Not Deeded As Presented To Be?
Typically, if a buyer discovers that their ownership is not “U.S. Style Deeded” as presented they generally want to Cancel The Contract or Renegotiate The Contract since it now does not have the same value in terms of price. If the buyer solely wishes to cancel and does not wish to return to the sales center then Download The Complete Step-by-Step Guide How To Cancel Your Mexico Timeshare Free E-Report in order to learn all needed steps to officially terminate the signed contract.
Is It Truly In the Interest Of The Timeshare Resort Company To Offer U.S. Style Deeded Inventory?
In analyzing this question looking through the prism of cause and effect, we would deduce the following:
1)The upside for the resort company and salesperson is they can look the client in the eyes and truly say that the contracted inventory is the clients and the clients only. If the client does not show up then the unit will sit empty until the interval purchased has elapsed. The main benefit is the clients’ reservation will be always guaranteed! Happy Clients in the end for sure! Especially when owning Prime Season Weeks!
2)The downside for the resort company and salesperson is that there is only one month of March and only one week of Christmas so generally the best times of year are purchased quite quickly leaving the resort company with inventory in the lesser desirable vacation times that is generally harder to sell due to it not being prime travel season. In addition, the resort company is limited to only selling the unit a maximum of 52 times per year. In the right-to-use system that same unit could be sold many more times since reservations are based on a first come, first serve method. The inevitable result will be that the resort company and salespeople will lose sales since the times that the prospective buyer is interested in or the unit that the client has his/her eyes set on is not available for sale. This sales approach forces the developer to build way more inventory than can be sold. This is the reason why Points Timeshares have become more popular with the big Name Brand Timeshare Resort Companies. It gave the companies the ability to package up the low season inventory and sell it! In the end the Timeshare Resort Companies would result in having:
A) To invest much more money to build available inventory for Prime Season sales.
B) A high percent of Low Season Inventory unsold resulting in lesser maintenance fee revenues coming to the company.
C) To accept a lower occupancy rate due to unexpected last minute non arrivals.
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