Structuring Timeshare and Hotel Mixed-Use Projects: Maximizing ROI, Limiting Risks

A live 90-minute CLE webinar with interactive Q&A

Tuesday, August 21, 2018

1:00pm-2:30pm EDT, 10:00am-11:30am PDT

Early Registration Discount Deadline, Friday, July 27, 2018

or call 1-800-926-7926

This CLE webinar will guide real estate counsel on the benefits and pitfalls of utilizing the timeshare structure for hotel mixed-use developments. The panel will discuss considerations for structuring the transaction on both the condo and timeshare ownership sides in a manner that maximizes potential income opportunities and limits risk.


Commercial real estate developers—especially where the cost of land rises sharply over a short time—increasingly rely on creative solutions for maximizing the utility and the potential revenue generation of a development. This often leads to the utilization of a mixed-use structure that pairs a timeshare component with a hotel or other commercial use for the property. Examples include a timeshare building with whole ownership or leased residences, a timeshare building with a hotel component, or a combination of both.

Structuring single-use condominium developments is familiar territory for most practitioners. The inclusion of a timeshare component along with the added use of the property as a hotel or some other commercial concern offers increased return on investment but requires understanding the development’s mixed-use structure and tying the various project components together.

Listen as our panel of real estate attorneys discusses the most effective options for structuring these types of projects, practical guidance on drafting the shared building agreements, and minimizing the inherent risks that lie at the intersection of the whole owner-fractional owner-guest-tenant relationship.



  1. Mixed-use development overview
    1. Structuring options
    2. Comparison to single-use developments
  2. Timeshare/fractional ownership
    1. Drafting timeshare declarations/plans
    2. Shared building agreements
  3. Hospitality development
    1. Hotel
    2. Convention
    3. On-site attractions and entertainment
  4. Regulatory considerations
    1. Local regulations
    2. State regulations


The panel will review these and other critical issues:

  • How to use three-dimensional platting as a practical alternative for accomplishing a mixed-use structure
  • The interplay of three-dimensional platting, the timeshare instrument, and the shared building agreement
  • How to equitably allocate use rights, operational responsibilities, and cost obligations between owners, tenants and guests


Maisnik, Guy
Guy Maisnik

Jeffer Mangels Butler & Mitchell

Mr. Maisnik has nearly three decades of commercial real estate finance with a strong expertise in hotels. He is...  |  Read More

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