Hilton Grand Vacations Club
The Hilton Grand Vacations Club (HGVC) is a flexible points based vacation ownership system. All HGVC affiliated resorts are highly rated by The San Francisco Exchange Company (SFX) and have earned the top rating at both RCI and Interval International.
If you are interested in learning how to buy or sell a timeshare within the Hilton Grand Vacations Club, feel free to browse our website or call us for more information.
The Buying & Selling Process
Selling Timeshares, Inc. has many HGVC point packages available for resale. Visit the Hilton Listings section for prices or feel free to make an offer.
If you are a Hilton Grand Vacations Club owner interested in selling your property, please fill out the form in the Sellers section.
Hilton has the Right of First Refusal on all sales of their contracts. HGVC has 30 days to respond, although it typically only takes about 2 weeks. Once the sale is approved, a deed from Seller to Buyer is prepared, executed by both Seller and Buyer, and recorded at the appropriate county. Once the deed has been recorded and the Buyer has remitted payment in full, Hilton Grand Vacations Club is notified of the transfer of ownership. The entire resale transfer process takes approximately 6 weeks.
Frequently Asked Questions
General information on how to use, buy, and sell HGVC points on the resale market.
Q: What are the Maintenance Fees for 2012?
A: You can view the maintenance fees for each of our Hilton timeshare listings.
Q: Are there are disclosure forms I, as a buyer, should be aware of?
A: Yes, we have added Hilton Grand Vacation Club Disclosure Forms to our site.
Q: What are the different ways in which owners can use Club Points?
A: The Club Points system was designed to be very flexible and easy to use. Owners have the option to use their Club Points in the unit size, season and home resort purchased. Other options include reserving multiple less-than-one-week stays at any Club resort, booking differing size units, or reserving within a different season. Owners also have the ability to borrow points from following years at no charge or deposit points into the next year for a $69 fee. Exchanges into RCI, Interval International, or SFX are also always available.
Q: How far in advance can HGVClub reservations be made?
A: Reservations are booked easily through the HGVClub services desk. If an owner is booking exactly what they own (a one-week reservation at their home resort in their season and unit size), reservations can be made one year prior to the start of their season, but no earlier than 15 days prior to the check-in date.
The booking window for reservations for any size unit or check-in date within the owned season is 9 months prior to the check-in date and a $49 fee applies.
The HGVClub also offers an Open Season reservations period which deals with last minute inventory. These reservations can be booked 30 days in advance of check-in and a $49 fee applies.
Q: When do Club Points expire?
A: Unused Club Points expire at the end of each calendar year. In order to avoid losing expiring points, members have the option to convert into Hilton Honors points, deposit into the next year, or use the Club Points for exchanges.
Q: What is the Hilton Honors program?
A: The HGVClub membership also comes with membership in Hilton Honors program which gives owners the option to convert their annual Club Points to HHonors points for a $69 fee. The Hilton Honors points can be used towards hotel stays and frequent flyer miles at partner airlines.
Q: What is the difference between HGVC developed resorts and HGVC affiliated resorts?
A: Within the Hilton Grand Vacations Club there is a distinction between HGVC developed resorts and HGVC affiliated resorts. All owners of HGVC developed resorts receive a certain allotment of Club Points each year based on the size of the unit and season in which they own at the home resort. Owners at HGVC built resorts are automatically members of the Club and cannot choose to “withdraw” from the Club. Most HGVC developed and built resorts are floating use timeshares whereas many affiliated resorts have fixed week usage. Furthermore, not all affiliate resorts allow Club membership rights to transfer on the resale market.
Visit our Hilton Grand Vacation Club resale inventory section for a current list of inventory.
Contact Selling Timeshares, Inc. for more information about buying or selling Club Intrawest Points, Disney Vacation Club, Royal Resorts, Westin Timeshares, Fairfield by Club Wyndham Points, Hyatt Timeshares, Marriott Timeshares, HGVC Points and WorldMark Credits on the resale market.