If you own multiple Starwood ownerships, you may find that your deeded purchases are not showing up in your account. This can cause a variety of problems from not being able to pay maintenance fees or missing out on booking your reservation. The problem may be frustrating, but fixing it can be just a phone call away.
It’s Just an Initial
This problem may be due to the wording on your deed. Starwood is very picky about what deeds show up in your account. If the wording on your deed is just a little off, such as an initial, your purchases may not show up in your account. That means the names and initials should match up perfectly. If there are multiple names, they must be in the same order and exactly the same as the other purchases. This does not mean that you can’t use your ownership, it just causes owners a bit of a hassle.
Hiring a good agent when buying resale can help you to ensure that these problems do not happen for your or continue on. Your resale agent will make sure to get the exact right name and verbiage onto the deed, to ensure these problems do not arise.
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Fixing the Problem
If you have been experiencing these issues, calling the Starwood title department can put you on the right path to getting this problem fixed. The department phone number is 1-800-729-8246 Extension 62291, and can be reached Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Eastern time. If you are looking for an honest and trustworthy timeshare broker to help you with purchasing a Starwood Network ownership, contact us for a free consultation.