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    Hi,
    This is the 1st time I have posted a question, so bear with me. I am under contract to buy a dvc with disney and I am wondering if anyone has any information on buying them through a resale broker?

    Could the price per point be true?

    Do they get you to sign a contract & then disney buys it back because the price is too low (with the broker keeping a fee)?

    It just seems that these broker prices are too good to be true.

    Thanks.

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    Re: dvc resales

    Originally posted by rescue1captain View Post
    Hi,
    This is the 1st time I have posted a question, so bear with me. I am under contract to buy a dvc with disney and I am wondering if anyone has any information on buying them through a resale broker?

    Could the price per point be true?

    Do they get you to sign a contract & then disney buys it back because the price is too low (with the broker keeping a fee)?

    It just seems that these broker prices are too good to be true.

    Thanks.
    Resale prices have fallen due to economy, and some folks find they must sell their DVC if they loose their job.

    Most good resale brokers can advise you on what prices are passing ROFR and what prices are being snapped up by Disney.

    If you're thinking of buying SSR or most of the older resorts, I would go with resale. I would buy direct from Disney for VGC, BLT and perhaps AKV, given the incentives they've been offering.

    Your broker can advise you about "stripped" and "loaded" contracts, as well as closing costs and annual maintenance fees.
    DVC Mike - dvcinfo.com

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      Re: dvc resales

      Thanks Mike. Your obviously have a great deal of experience with the DVC, so if I may, I would like to pick your brain.
      Other than booking vacations 4 months earlier than other DVC members, what is the advantage to owning points in several different places?

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        Re: dvc resales

        Originally posted by rescue1captain View Post
        Other than booking vacations 4 months earlier than other DVC members, what is the advantage to owning points in several different places?
        DVC Mike - dvcinfo.com

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        • #5
          Re: dvc resales

          thanks for the info!

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          • #6
            Re: dvc resales

            Good to know, because we were curious too! We thought that was the answer, but glad to have confirmation.
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