Hi - an odd question likely, but has any one worked out the math to determine when the years to expiration truely begin to negatively impact the resale value? If I’m being unclear, I think at some point the value of a point will drop due to is closing in on its valueless date. The numbers right now don’t seem to show that happening, with them going up beyond inflation regardless of the shrinking lifespan. This type of finance is beyond me, so any thoughts would be cool to hear, as well as maybe informative (we’re in the rent out vs use phase due to our aging and current dissatisfaction and I’m trying to figure out if we should sell and stay on cash occasionally, or keep renting our points out thinking we may use them again like we used to if the future). We’re BCV members. THANKS!