The Problem With Luxury Time-Shares

Posted on Feb 22nd 2010 10:58 AM
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In an eye-catching ad in a New York Times real estate supplement that ran on Jan. 10, The Ritz-Carlton Club Aspen Highlands, part of The Ritz-Carlton Hotelgroup, a unit ofMarriott International, tempted well-heeled potential clients with the opportunity to own a home in one of the country's top ski resorts and to have that home cared for by The Ritz-Carlton.


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