I'm in the process of gathering budgets for all of the resorts. Have 6 of them so far and can share some very high-level observations based upon what I have seen: Bay Lake Tower Big drivers of the dues increase at BLT are property taxes and housekeeping. 2012 Taxes: .9805 2013 Taxes: 1.0743 2012 Housekeeping: .6534 2013 Housekeeping: .8502 Meanwhile the budget for capital improvements was reduced significantly. 2012 Reserves: .6817 2013 Reserves: .5836 Total dues increase amounted to $.2753 per point and .1925 of it comes from these three categories. I had personally questioned whether the staffed front desk at BLT caused some of the increase. Turns out "front desk" charges actually went down about a half penny per point from '12 to '13. BoardWalk The BWV dues increased $.2249 per point and almost all of it can be attributed to housekeeping. 2012 Housekeeping: .8563 2013 Housekeeping: 1.0403 Saratoga Springs SSR had one of the lowest dues increases, going up just $.0820 per point. Contributing to that was a reduction in property taxes of $.0644 per point. Without that reduction, SSR would have seen an annual increase of 3.1% instead of the 1.7% actual. 2012 Taxes: 1.0515 2013 Taxes: .9871 At AKV and VGC, nothing really stands out as the major source of the increase. Housekeeping at each only went up about $.04 per point. Other categories were also up in the $.01 - .04 neighborhood. VGC did have a "front desk" increase of $.12 per point, which is abnormally high. No real explanation can be gleaned from the budget statements, though.