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april2011bride
04-22-2012, 11:01 AM
We are hoping to buy DVC in the next few months. I have read some post on here that say buying resale could be better. Any idea where I can find what's avial for resale? Thanks for all your help! :thumbsup2

goldenears
04-22-2012, 11:06 AM
We are hoping to buy DVC in the next few months. I have read some post on here that say buying resale could be better. Any idea where I can find what's avial for resale? Thanks for all your help! :thumbsup2

There are 4 main brokers that I know of. One (The Timeshare Store) is advertised at the top of this forum. Fidelity is another one and I am not sure if I can name the other two without them getting censored. Go to Google and search "DVC resales". They will pop up. If you need ,ore help, send me a PM. Good luck!:)

DizDays
04-22-2012, 01:36 PM
We used the TimeShare Store (link located at the top of this message board) and had a great experience. Go to their site and browse what's available. Buying resale is very easy to do.

bdoleary
04-22-2012, 01:47 PM
There are 4 main brokers that I know of. One (The Timeshare Store) is advertised at the top of this forum. Fidelity is another one and I am not sure if I can name the other two without them getting censored. Go to Google and search "DVC resales". They will pop up. If you need ,ore help, send me a PM. Good luck!:)

Agree with the previous poster - the Timeshare Store and a few of the others have great websites with their current listings and will put you on an email list to let you know when the get new listings or price reductions.

There is a lot of great information on this board and another board (try googleing dvc ownership forum) that will help you broaden your knowledge. Good Luck.

Missyrose
04-22-2012, 05:23 PM
The other thing to know about buying resale is that many of the resale brokers have wish lists from clients of what kind of contracts they're looking for and if a new contract that comes in is a match, it never gets put up on their Web site. So bottom line, it benefits you to reach out and talk to the brokers themselves. I used Sharon from Fidelity, she was great. :thumbsup2