Lemonjuice Capital and Solutions announces the sale of Marina Bay Resort (MBR), a timeshare resort in Fort Walton Beach, FL, for $11.2 million. Timeshare owners will receive, on average, $3,100 per timeshare interest.
Lemonjuice Capital and Solutions has announced the sale of Palm Beach Resort & Beach Club (PBR) timeshare resort in Palm Beach, FL, for $9.75 million. Timeshare owners will receive, on average more than $6,400 per timeshare interest.
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Since 2016, Lemonjuice Capital and Solutions has revitalized and restructured resorts located throughout the United States renewing timeshare owners’ confidence through a process called, ‘Reimagining ResortsTM.’ The company has earned the trust of owners by working with homeowner association boards, making capital improvements, and providing solutions for owners and resorts.
After extensive consultation with the board, communication with the remaining Inverness owners, evaluation of the facility and local market environment, Lemonjuice was asked to acquire the property as-is from all of the remaining owners who wanted to sell.
For many owners, their timeshare has provided years of enjoyment and created wonderful memories. As times change, the needs of owners change as well. Many legacy resorts are struggling with: increasing delinquencies; escalating fees; special assessments; deteriorating units; and an aging group of owners who are finding it difficult to either continue paying or even traveling.
Cedar Village is the third Lemonjuice Solutions project to complete a successful repositioning, and one of several currently undergoing a process intended to provide a positive outcome for the Association of timeshare owners by converting some or all of the units from timeshare to traditional real estate, and distributing the net sale proceeds to those owners.