puerto vallarta timeshare regulation

Timeshare Regulations: Who are Adeprotur?

Adeprotur is a company founded in 1886 by five members that supports the multitude of timeshare companies operating in the bustling region of Puerto Vallarta and Riviera Nayarit as well as the consumers who become associated with them. Aiding progress, development and growth in Puerto Vallarta in ethical and sustainable ways are its main goals, all aimed to be achieved through a systematic approach to regulating the timeshare industry.

By encouraging and enforcing correct business ethics and by implementing specifications for commercialization, Adeprotur helps to guide timeshare companies to towards achieving legitamate success in their business undertakings. Adeprotur will inform, guide and assists such companies through a set of plans and programs intended to regularize the timeshare industry in Puerto Vallarta and Riviera Nayarit in order to protect all parties involved and maintain a clean reputation for the top timeshare companies in Banderas Bay.

Only those timeshare companies that are within its jurisdiction and that fully abide by the law will benefit from Adeprotur’s programs. Some of the big names that are associated with Adeprotur in Puerto Vallarta and Riviera Nayarit are The Villagroup, Garza Blanca Residence Club, Mayan Palace, Villas Vallarta and Royal Holiday, amongst others.

Adeprotur uses a modern approach towards gaining the desired development and growth within the timeshare industry through the application of good ethics and professionalism. Its recommendations relate to all aspects of the timeshare sales process from marketing products, to approaching tourist in airports and on the streets to the fine details of actually selling their products.

In more recent years, Adeprotur has certainly met its short term objective with the timeshare industry enjoying a good reputation when it comes to vacationing and extending services. Tourism has never been this high in the Mexican Pacific region; a proof the Adeprotur’s approach has seen fruition and effectiveness. Timeshare occupation on an annual scale last year was up to 73% in comparison to 63% or hotel rooms, and the total number of tourists staying in vacations clubs totaled 945,000, raking in a staggering $291 million dollars in a timeshare total of 20,000 weeks for Puerto Vallarta and Riviera Nayarit. Records indicate that each visitor spend an unbelievable $1,756 USD per night at an average of 5.7 nights of stay.

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