Worldwide Shared Vacation Ownership Report, 2016 Ed.

Shared vacation ownership sales and resort operations represent a significant and growing force in the global economy. This report is an update to the 2012 Worldwide Shared Vacation Ownership Report. 

The study consists of two components: a worldwide resort survey conducted by Oxford Economics and a global household omnibus survey conducted by Leger.  All findings are summarized in this final report. 

Full report: Members $1,000/Non-members $1,500

Executive summary: Members: $250/Non-members $400

                                                       

Contents 

1          Executive Summary 

2          Introduction 

3          Methodology 

    3.1      Survey Formulation
    3.2      Survey Distribution
    3.3      Survey Definition
    3.4      Survey Results & Projections
    3.5      Data Presentation

4          Industry Overview 

    4.1      Global Industry Size
    4.2      Unit Mix, by Unit Size
    4.3      Property Mix, by Property Type

5          Industry Performance 

    5.1      Sales Volume
    5.2      Intervals
    5.3      Maintenance Fees
    5.4      Total Property Revenue
    5.5      Key Operating Expenses
    5.6      Employment Attributable to Industry Operations
    5.7      Occupancy Rates, Occupancy Mix, and Origin Distribution
    5.8      Rentals

6          Industry Composition 

7          Industry Outlook 

    7.1      Development Plans
    7.2      Environmental Sustainability

8          The Economic Impact of Global Shared Vacation Ownership 

    8.1      Direct Economic Output
    8.2      Direct Employment
    8.3      Total Economic Impacts
    8.4      Summary Economic Impacts

9          Regional Summary – Asia

    9.1      Total Resorts & Unit Counts
    9.2      Sales Volume & Occupancy Rates
    9.3      Property Revenue
    9.4      Key Operating Statistics
    9.5      Shared Vacation Ownership Property Characteristics
    9.6      Development Plans
    9.7      Environmental Sustainability

10       Regional Summary – Australasia 

    10.1   Total Resorts & Unit Counts
    10.2   Sales Volume & Occupancy Rates
    10.3   Property Revenue
    10.4   Key Operating Statistics
    10.5   Shared Vacation Ownership Property Characteristics
    10.6   Development Plans
    10.7   Environmental Sustainability

11       Regional Summary – The Caribbean

    11.1   Total Resorts & Unit Counts
    11.2   Sales Volume & Occupancy Rates
    11.3   Property Revenue
    11.4   Key Operating Statistics
    11.5   Shared Vacation Ownership Property Characteristics
    11.6    Development Plans
    11.7   Environmental Sustainability

12       Regional Summary – Central & South America

    12.1   Total Resorts & Unit Counts
    12.2   Sales Volume & Occupancy Rates
    12.3   Property Revenue
    12.4   Key Operating Statistics
    12.5   Shared Vacation Ownership Property Characteristics
    12.6   Development Plans
    12.7   Environmental Sustainability

13       Regional Summary – EMEA 

    13.1   Total Resorts & Unit Counts
    13.2   Sales Volume & Occupancy Rates
    13.3   Property Revenue
    13.4   Key Operating Statistics
    13.5   Shared Vacation Ownership Property Characteristics
    13.6   Development Plans
    13.7   Environmental Sustainability

14       Regional Summary – North America 

    14.1   Total Resorts & Unit Counts
    14.2   Sales Volume & Occupancy Rates
    14.3   Property Revenue
    14.4   Key Operating Statistics
    14.5   Shared Vacation Ownership Property Characteristics
    14.6   Development Plans
    14.7   Environmental Sustainability

15       Omnibus Household Survey 

    15.1    Background
    15.2    Methodology
    15.3    Key Findings

Appendix 

    A   Glossary of Terms
    B   World Wide Shared Vacation Ownership Survey (Non-U.S.)
    C   Global Omnibus Survey Country Specific Results
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The ARDA International Foundation thanks the following individuals and organizations for their generous donation to the matching funds:

PLATINUM 

ADA
Diamond Resorts International
Hilton Grand Vacations
Interval International
Marriott Vacations Worldwide
RCI 

SILVER

Patton Hospitality

BRONZE

Welk Resorts

CONTRIBUTORS

David Gilbert
International Resort Development Services
Imanaka Asato
Ken McKelvey
Paul Caldwell