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Bluegreen Points

Boca Raton, Florida
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The excitement of exploring new places is at the heart of vacationing, and that's exactly what Bluegreen Points make possible. This extraordinarily flexible timeshare club gives owners the choice to travel whenever and wherever they want. Once someone decides to buy Bluegreen Points, they are set to enjoy memorable and unique vacations for years to come. 

Flexibility and Choice with Bluegreen 

When owners decide to purchase Bluegreen Points for sale, they are selecting a club that gives them access to more than 60 resorts spread across the U.S., Bahamas and in Aruba. 

With Bluegreen Points, owners purchase an initial number of points that can be used for any resort in the Bluegreen network. The number of points purchased determines the type of unit and for how long the family can vacation. Additional Bluegreen Points for sale can be purchased at any time to expand the range of options and people who buy Bluegreen Points get a variety of travel choices at surprisingly affordable prices. 

Outstanding Vacation Destinations 

With some of the most interesting vacation locations in America, it's no surprise that so many people are enjoying diverse and memorable vacations through membership in this club. Some owners who purchase Bluegreen Points for sale will decide to vacation in Big Sky, Montana at a four season destination ideal for the family seeking outdoor adventure. Heavy snowfall guarantees fantastic skiing and snowmobiling in winter while summer is the perfect time for hiking or trying out mountain biking. Other owners will escape to Bluegreen Club 36 in Las Vegas to try their luck on the world famous Strip. Charleston, South Carolina is a fascinating city, and a stay at The Lodge Alley Inn puts visitors in the heart of southern hospitality and Civil War history. 

The world-renowned theme parks of Orlando can also be on the itinerary with a stay at The Fountains, while travelers hoping for big city excitement can stay in the heart of Chicago at the Hotel Blake. In the midst of the Ozark Mountains sits Branson, Missouri, a high-energy and fun family destination, and families can also escape to the shore with a visit to The Soundings Seaside Resort in beautiful Cape Cod. Plus, there is always a Hawaiian luau on tap at Pono Kai Resort. The possibilities are practically endless. 

Great Accommodation and Excellent Value 

Each property in the Bluegreen collection is well-appointed and features friendly, knowledgeable staff members. Guests may choose from efficient studio accommodations to a three-bedroom villa depending on the size of their party. It's possible to enjoy countless upscale amenities like sparkling pools, spa facilities and gourmet dining onsite. World class golf courses are located near many properties, and so are can't miss activities like shopping and sightseeing. 

People who choose Bluegreen Points receive a world of vacation opportunities. With a diverse array of destinations and experiences from which to choose, it's possible for owners to vacation exactly the way they prefer. And the best part is the savings you’ll enjoy by buying Bluegreen Points on the resale market here at BuyaTimeshare.com. You’ll save 50-60% off the retail cost compared to buying directly from the resort, so click on the Timeshares for Sale button near the top and find the points at the price that’s just right for you.

Bluegreen Points FAQ

Can you Sell your Bluegreen points?

Certainly you can sell your Bluegreen points. There are a few ways you can sell your points, whether choosing to sell them yourself or using the services of a third-party company.

Some Bluegreen points owners try selling through more traditional means such as a newspaper or using social media. But ask yourself if any prospective buyers would use those avenues to look for points? Not really.

The best way to sell Bluegreen points is either online through an advertising company specializing in timeshare resales, with a timeshare brokerage firm or by contacting Bluegreen directly. You could try websites such as Craigslist or eBay, but keep in mind that they are more like online garage sales and those sites do virtually nothing to target consumers looking for points.

Choosing to work with an advertising company allows you to take control of the process yourself, handle the negotiation and close the deal. These companies give you the tools and online marketing support to connect you with prospects.

Working with a timeshare resale brokerage company works similar to a real estate agency, where an agent handles the selling process on your behalf. However, they normally charge commissions in the range of 15 percent or $1,500, whichever is larger, so chances are you’ll be paying a commission larger than the cost of promoting your points for sale online with an advertising company.

Bluegreen does not have an internal resale program but they do work with third-party providers so you may want to check with them as well. However, keep in mind that Bluegreen is in active sales, so you have to wonder whether they are prioritizing your need to sell against their mission to sell points.

Is there any way to get out of a Bluegreen timeshare?

There are a few ways to get out of a Bluegreen timeshare, either by selling your timeshare points or giving them away. One can result in you getting some money back for your ownership, the other is a straight relinquishing of your ownership just to get out of it. So ask yourself why you wouldn’t at least try to sell if you could get something back for it?

Selling typically involves two methods, either handling it yourself or using the services of a third-party timeshare resale company. If you sell your Bluegreen timeshare yourself, you could try social media or other avenues, but put yourself in the mind of the buyer to see how you would find it.

That’s where online outlets come in, since the web is where consumers go to make purchases. You can use an advertising company which specializes in connecting sellers with buyers; in this case taking out an online ad to promote your ownership. You would leverage the online marketing of the company to find prospects and the handle the negotiations yourself.

Another way would be using a timeshare broker to act on your behalf to negotiate the sale. This would involve a listing agreement and paying a commission to the agent. Keep in mind those commissions can be pricy at $1,500 or 15 percent of the sale price, whichever is larger.

You could also try to get out of a Bluegreen timeshare simply by giving it back to Bluegreen. These “take-back” programs are designed more for long term owners who are in financial distress and specific criteria must be met. Annual fees must be up to date and ownership must be free of any mortgages or liens. Even so, there are no guarantees that the ownership will be taken back and in this scenario, you would not receive payment for your ownership.

One area where you want to be especially careful is concerning so-called timeshare exit companies. While they do not offer resale services, they do claim to be able to get owners out of their ownership obligations. Even if they could do this, you would not get any money for your points and it would cost you upwards of $5,000 for their services. Plus, many exit companies have come under legal scrutiny for questionable business practices as well as Attorney General investigations.

How much does Bluegreen points cost?

This depends on where you buy Bluegreen points. If you go through the sales centers at Bluegreen Resorts, points cost about $3/point because you are paying their retail rate. This would be the “new” sale price. If you buy on the resale market, it’s a different story.

Bluegreen points cost significantly less on the resale market because there are no sales commissions and marketing costs baked into the resale price. Resorts include those costs in their price because it costs money to get people to the resort and pay their sales staff. This can add up to as much as 60 percent of the overall price of a points package at the resorts. On the resale market, you’re buying directly from an existing member so those costs are not applicable.

Sellers are advertising Bluegreen Points for sale on our site for as little as 66 cents/point, with many ads going for around $1/point. It is rare that resale prices would exceed $2/point. Keep in mind that most sellers advertise the total price amount for the total number of points they own, rather than the per-point price for Bluegreen points.

What happens if I stop paying my Bluegreen timeshare?

If you stop paying your Bluegreen timeshare there can be serious consequences for your credit score.

There are a couple of areas where you pay your Bluegreen timeshare; 1) for the timeshare itself and 2) for the annual fees.

If you paid your timeshare in full at the time you bought it, then the first point is moot. If you took out a mortgage to buy it, then you would be paying that mortgage pack to a lender and you are obligated to pay back that debt. Chances are that this would be an unsecured loan, and you would run into issues with the lender if you stopped paying, such as dealing with a collection agency.

For the second point regarding annual fees, you would be dealing with Bluegreen. If you stop paying Bluegreen your annual fees, they will reach out to you for payment. If it continues, it would be sent to collections and you could get calls from a collection agency. Later, Bluegreen could initiate foreclosure proceedings to get back the ownership.

In either of these cases, your non-payment would be reported to the credit bureaus and your credit score would take a hit. The longer and more involved the process becomes, the more significant hit to your score.

If you are considering not making the payments on your Bluegreen timeshare, please let us know so we can help you sell or at least contact Bluegreen in case they can help.

Is Bluegreen a ripoff?

No, Bluegreen is not a ripoff. Generally, people feel as though they have been ripped off if they don’t get the product they feel they paid for. In the case of Bluegreen, because this is a vacation club and operates with more flexibility than other, more traditional, timeshare programs, sometimes it can seem as though members aren’t getting all the benefits they deserve. But the key is fully understanding how the program operates. This involves areas such as advanced booking windows, how different seasons impact points usage and unit size requirements.

Another area to keep in mind is how the membership was paid for in the first place. This is where Bluegreen timeshare resales can make all the difference. Paying full price for Bluegreen points for sale at a sales center may get you a few added benefits, but is it really worth the added thousands of dollars that can be saved by buying on the resale market?

Buyers can save 60-70 percent on the cost of Bluegreen points by purchasing on the resale market. Because of the significantly lower price point, resale owners can feel as though they are getting a better deal than the owner who bought at the resort. This means that consumers should do their homework before purchasing points so they can get the best deal possible.

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    Bathrooms
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    Views
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    • Ocean Front
    • Golf Course
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    Seasons
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    • Ultra Red

    Unit Amenities
    • Balcony
    • Breakfast Bar
    • Cable/Satellite
    • Coffee Maker
    • Dining Room
    • DVD or VCR
    • Fireplace
    • Fully Equipped Kitchen
    • Kitchenette
    • Living Room
    • Microwave
    • Oven
    • Refrigerator
    • Stove
    • Television
    • Toaster
    • Washer/Dryer
    Onsite Amenities
    • Auto Rental
    • Barbecue Grills
    • Beach
    • Children's Activities
    • Children's Pool
    • Concierge
    • Elevator
    • Fitness Center
    • Free Wi-Fi Access
    • Game Room
    • Handicapped Accessible
    • Laundry Facilities
    • Outdoor Playground
    • Outdoor Swimming Pool
    • Picnic Area
    • Restaurant
    • Sauna
    • Sauna
    Other Amenities
    • Beach
    • Boating
    • Car Rentals
    • Casino
    • Cultural sites
    • Fishing
    • Gambling
    • Historical Places
    • Live Entertainment
    • Museums
    • Parks
    • Restaurants
    • Shopping
    • Skiing
    • Theme Parks
    • Water Sports
    • Waterskiing
    • Winter Sports

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    User Monday, February 25, 2019

    Review:
    This is a wonderful vacation deed that can be used anytime at any Bluegreen Vacation Resorts from the Mountain Resorts for skiing in the winter to the beautiful Florida Beach Resorts, Disney World and Universal Studios in Orlando. This is a vacation deed can be used anytime at any Bluegreen Vacation Resorts or cruise lines.

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    User Sunday, March 6, 2016

    Review:
    Since Bluegreen offers so many resorts, I have chosen six of our favorite resorts that we have stayed in.
    1. La Cabana, Aruba
    2. The Fountains, Orlando
    3.La Pension, New Orleans
    4. Lodge Alley Inn, Charleston, N.C.
    5. Manhattan Club, New York City
    6. Hotel Blake, Chicago

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