Fractional Ownership vs. Whole Ownership

Fractional Ownership

You only pay for what you use. Shared ownership means shared costs, so you're never paying for an empty home. You can rent out your share to generate income. 


Whole Ownership

You pay - whether you use it or not. The average use of recreation property is only 34 days a year, leaving you with the burden of paying for a home you're not using for most of the year.

Fractional Ownership: Hassle-Free

Every aspect of your home is maintained for you and every detail is taken care of, so your vacation starts the moment you walk through the door.


Whole Ownership: Maintenance Required

You are solely responsible for all maintenance indoors and outdoors, which often means there's a lot of work to be done before your vacation can begin

Fractional Ownership: Affordable

Because you only paid for a fraction of the home, you have more disposable income left over to do other things.


Whole Ownership: Costly

Being responsible for all the costs means you have less disposable income to enjoy the other things in life that are important to you. 

Fractional Ownership: Amenity Rich

Fractional ownership means that all the amenities you want are included. With fractional ownership you get more ​than just a home, you also get a resort.


Whole Ownership: No Added Extras

What you buy is what you get. So having extras like pools, custom furniture, landscaping, and gardens can make the total cost impossible to afford.