- Jan 21, 2020
This is what always got me about my plan to pass down VGF. My mother had a hard time selling her mother's home and car and all that, even though it obviously had to be done. Selling mom's Disney timeshare seems especially brutal, for something she loved so much. Let's just keep it and rent it out. Let's just think about it another year. Taking on the hassle to rent it out while the contract decays seems kind of sad, though I do think VGF's chart and location will make it a prime rental post 2057.We will gift to DD about a decade or so before expiration and she can keep it or sell it for her if she has a specific purchase in mind.
I don't want my kid to feel obligated to go to WDW, and who knows what the world will look like in 25 years when she has a toddler.
If WDW/VGF are dumps, I want her to unload it happily. I don't want her to feel like she has to go spend all this money in some commercial hell or visit the ghost of VGF, when the right thing to do is sell and go on a ski vacation. If I see Disney declining, I know that it's my responsibility to sell. The last thing I want is for my ridiculous amount of points to be a burden or an emotional weight.