Wyndham Timeshare Files Foreclosures on Some Timeshare Owners in Historic Durango, Colorado
Monday, April 27, 2009
In Durango, Colorado, Wyndham Timeshare has filed foreclosure notices on 33 timeshare owners who are delinquent on their timeshare payments. The Wyndham timeshare units, formerly a Fairfield Resort, are part of the Wyndham Durango, a south Durango location at 401 East Second Ave, near the popular Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad Station.
Durango, known as a winter ski destination, is also a popular summer vacation spot where visitors enjoy the historic railroad, outdoor sports, the archeological attractions at Mesa Verde National Park, and the famous Durango Rodeo.
Great Location, but Smaller Timeshare Units at Wyndham Timeshare Durango
According to a report in the Durango Herald News, several of the timeshare owners who are named in the proceeding own either multiple weeks or multiple timeshare units at the Wyndham timeshare resort. The timeshare units at the resort are atypically small for Wyndham timeshare as they were previously hotel units that were converted to timeshare in 1997 by Best Western Rio Grande Inn & Suites. The rooms do include small kitchens but no washer and dryer, however there are laundry facilities available on the property.
Although the foreclosure sale is scheduled for May 21, Wyndham timeshare officials are not answering specific questions about the proceedings, other than to identify that each of the Wyndham timeshare owners named owes in excess of $10,000.
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