I suspect that this is not the final sale. I would guess that the only offers have been low balls and the CEO of AIG has been quite clear lately that he is not willing to let any assets go at fire sale prices. Besides, at the moment Chartis is 100% owned by AIG, so it's hard to call this a sale. There are probably legal and Federal issues that require putting the resort in the Chartis legal entity. In the long run though, it doesn't make any sense for a company like AIG or Chartis for that matter to own a ski resort. Look for the resort to be "sold" again in a few years, this time to a real buyer.