Below are frequently Asked Questions related to ownership at Christie Village. Didn't find what you need? Please contact our office at (828) 387-2800.
You can get a copy of your deed from the Watauga County Register of Deeds at http://www.wataugacounty.org and then go to Document Search.
Changing names on the deed is very easy. Just send a message to email@example.com and we will tell you how to make the change.
Annual maintenance fees are invoiced in the fall of each year. The are due by December 31 of that year. Unpaid balances may be assessed a late charge of 8% interest per annum.
A link to the current timeshare calendar can be found in the Navigation Bar at the top of the this web site, in under the "Owner Info" menu item.
All owners are invited to the annual meeting held each fall. A notice of meeting is mailed to all owners.
Right to Use Questions
As with ownership, your annual rental cost is equal to current Maintenance Fees plus the appropriate sales and occupancy taxes.
No. You are using the unit for the term of the contract.
Yes. You may also have us rent the unit out, you may rent it to someone you know, or you may send a guest to use it. you may use the unit as if you owned it for the term of the contract, as long as your fees are paid in advance.
All you have to do is notify our office of your wishes.
Yes, you have the right of first refusal.
The contract ends on the last day of your week after two or four years. Your simply walk away from it or extend the term. If you do not extend the term, the unit goes back on the Christie Village Rental list.
No. Your paid rent on your unit locks you in, just as ownership does. No In-House exchanges will be permitted.
Not exactly. You can select a different unit/week, but must sign a new contract. There is a $75 fee to change units during the term of the contract.
Yes. Although you have committed to multiple years, you are still a renter; and must conform to the stipulations of our rental contract under the North Carolina Vacation Rental Act.
Over the last thirty years, people have disappeared or died without making arrangements for their deeded timeshare property. We have been unsuccessful at reaching the owners of record. Foreclosure is the only way we can get ownership of the units back to Christie Village, but the process is expensive. This plan enables us to receive payment of the maintenance fees for the unit/week. It helps Christie Village and helps those who would want a unit/week of timeshare without the burden of a deed.