I thought all of these resort destinations had an active wealthy rube market for people who think that they will be using second (third, fourth) homes, or just like bragging rights. Like Maui and Truckee, most of the homes are empty most of the year or always. The owners eventually get tired of hanging on to them for their never visits, and they go up for sale to the next star dazzled rube.
Had a neighbor with a boyfriend whose family have a Carmel home. He lives in Tahoe, and virtually nobody in the family ever goes to the Carmel place.
Knew another guy who bought a house in Truckee to lure the family for get togethers during holidays, Thanksgiving, and Christmas for skiing etc. He kept it for five years, wound up going about once a year. His family members just weren't interested, so he sold it at a mild loss.