Transfer Smart News: Timeshare Resorts Gets a Loan from Liberty Bank

In the recent years, there are a number of challenges faced by the timeshare industry. Primarily, there was an economic meltdown in the late of 2007. Along with that, there is also an increasing number of owners who are trying to get out of their timeshares because of the associated of such properties. Today, most consumers have a negative perception on timeshares. However there are still a number of timeshare resorts who are still flourishing amidst these challenges. One of these is the Breckenridge Grand Vacations which recently had been released a $10-million loan by the Liberty Bank.

As Denise Brewer, Liberty Bank’s President commented, they were very impressed by the company’s track record and well-respected position in their community. Based on reports, Breckenridge Grand Vacations shows a solid track record in terms of development, marketing, management, and sales of its timeshares.

Meanwhile, Breckenridge Grand Vacations is the parent company of Gold Point Resort, Grand Timber Lodge and the Grand Lodge on Peak 7. Since 1985, brothers Mike and Rob Millisor who are the developers of such resorts, have been creating great vacations for thousands of families. Their solid, 4-component business philosophy which comprised of investors, owners & guests, employees and community has given them the focus for their incredible success in the vacation ownership business in Breckenridge.

According to Rob Millisor, the resort operator, over the last 25 years, they’ve developed the vacation resort with a business philosophy to serve investors, owners-and-guests, employees and our community. Such attitude governs everything they do and has allowed them to provide family after family with excellent vacations for many years. They strongly believe that their dedication to ensuring the satisfaction of all four of these constituents has given them the focus for their success in the vacation ownership business in Breckenridge.

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