April 2018 Timeshare Datashare  

Timeshare Sales Volume Under Fee-for-Service Agreement 

Provided by ARDA International Foundation    

Fee-for-service arrangements have become an established feature within the industry over the last decade. Respondents were asked a question related to sales for non-owned timeshare inventory sold under fee-for-service agreements as well as sales for owned timeshare inventory sold by others under fee-for-service agreements in the AIF Quarterly Pulse. According to the 2017 Q4 Pulse, the net overall timeshare sales under these arrangements increased from $188.0 million in Q4 2016 to $232.3 million in Q4 2017, or an increase of 23.5 percent. When sales of timeshare under fee-for-service arrangements (excluding fee-for-service sold by others) are combined with respondents’ sales of their own timeshare inventory, there was an increase of 4.7 percent in total net originated timeshare sales when compared to Q4 2016.

                                                              
                           Net Originated Sales Under Fee-for-Service Agreement    
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Source: 2018 AIF Q4 Financial Performance Quarterly Pulse Survey conducted by Deloitte for the AIF