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About the Conference
The Shared Ownership Investment Conferences are produced and sponsored by Interval International, a leading industry service provider to developers and consumer owners since 1976. The conferences are complete resources for potential new entrants and existing developers who want to learn more about the future trends in resort financing, sales, marketing, and operations in this dynamic industry.
FINANCING - How and where to obtain financing for your project and end-loan receivables
Click below to read about the Shared Ownership Investment Conference:
"Out-of-the-Box Thinking Highlights Shared Ownership Conference" - Vacation Industry Review, January - March 2013
"Trend Spotting for the Timeshare Industry" - Vacation Industry Review, January - March 2013
"Shared resort real estate ownership 2012: A market perspective" - Resort Trades, December 2012
"Vacation Trends in a Recovering Economy Indicate Gradual Return to Growth" - Perspective Magazine North America, November/December 2012
"Interval’s 2012 Shared Ownership Investment Conference: A great vintage event" - Resort Trades, November 2012
"More Money With Timeshare Conversions" - Hotel Interactive, September 25, 2012
"Timeshare Owners Spend More Than Hotel Guests" - Hotel Interactive, September 19, 2012
"Shared Ownership Investment Conference Has Been Enlightening Attendees For Nearly 15 Years" - Perspective Magazine North America, March/April 2012
About Shared Ownership
Shared ownership is a term which is utilized to describe a variety of products that allow consumers to purchase their future vacations without the expense and commitment of a second home. In most cases, other than urban locations, units are typically condominium-style inventory. Shared ownership's various forms include traditional timesharing, in which owners buy a fixed/floating week or points in a single resort or vacation club; fractional resorts, typically a higher-end product than timeshare that is sold in multiple week increments; and private residence clubs, a product which is also sold in multiple week increments and tends to be of extremely high quality.