Innsbruck Aspen Residences join exchange program |

Innsbruck Aspen Residences join exchange program

The Innsbruck Aspen Residences have signed a long-term agreement to join the Registry Collection luxury exchange program, the companies recently announced.

Innsbruck Aspen has 17 luxury units in Aspen, which are sold in 1/12 interests. Affiliation with the Registry Collection at the Innsbruck allows owners there to “exchange into a quality selection of luxury destinations around the world,” said R.J. Gallagher, a partner in Forte International, manager of marketing and sales for Innsbruck Aspen.

The Registry Collection program has 30,000 members and more than 130 affiliates on five continents. More than 175 properties are available for exchange or will be once they are developed. It claims to be the world’s largest luxury residence exchange program.

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