While buying a Massanutten timeshare resale does come with a great deal of benefits—including discounted prices and convenience—there is a slight difference in your actual ownership when buying a resale as opposed to one directly from the resort developer.
This difference is in which timeshare membership benefits are allowed to be transferred on the resale market. Luckily, Massanutten has very few restrictions in regards to reselling a timeshare. However, it is still important to know what you will be getting when you buy a Massanutten timeshare resale.
Read the information below to learn what does and does not transfer on the secondary market so you can educated yourself before deciding on ownership. No matter the benefits, you can be sure you'll save big when purchasing your Massanutten timeshare on SellMyTimeshareNow.com.
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Massanutten Resale Restrictions: What Buyers ARE Eligible For
Reserve at Massanutten's Sister Resort
The newest benefit to both original and resale owners is the ability to make discounted reservations at Massanutten's Sister Resort, Wilderness Presidential Resorts, located in the historic Spotsylvania County, Virginia.
Visit Any Time!
Whether you are an original or resale owner, Massanutten members are able to visit the resort year-round. While your deeded accommodations are only available to you during your owned week, you and your family are still allowed to come skiing, horseback riding, visit the waterpark, or enjoy any other on-site resort features at any point in the year.
Massanutten Benefits Resale Owners are NOT Eligible For
All-inclusive Gold Card
Resale owners do not receive Massanutten's exclusive Gold Card with their timeshare purchase. Gold Card holders are given a 20% discount on lift tickets and season passes. However, resale owners can apply for Gold Card membership separately.
Any additional bonus weeks sold at the point of the original sale will not transfer over to the resale owner.
Any Other Undeeded Benefits
Golf access, bonus time, ski tickets, or any other benefits that were given to the original owner but are not present on the timeshare deed will not transfer on the resale market.