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Froggy2007 09-11-2012 02:39 PM

BWV Prices
 
I see fairly recent avtivity of BWV points going through at ~ $55 a point, some loaded with points. Where are these being listed. I've been watching for a few months and haven't seen asking prices much under $65-70.

Thanks.

KAT4DISNEY 09-11-2012 03:07 PM

That's the difference of asking vs. accepted offers.

murphy7573 09-11-2012 06:38 PM

There was a 175 point contract on DVCbyResale about a week, week and a half ago that the asking price was $55 a point with 103 points from last year...I wasn't able to move fast enough on it....Grrrrrrr !!!

MickeyFan612 09-11-2012 07:42 PM

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Originally Posted by murphy7573 (Post 46126484)
There was a 175 point contract on DVCbyResale about a week, week and a half ago that the asking price was $55 a point with 103 points from last year...I wasn't able to move fast enough on it....Grrrrrrr !!!

I made an offer on one today that was listed for $65/ point. I offered $58 and they accepted. June use year with all 2011, 2012, and forward. I pay closing and they pay maint. 2012 maint:)

zeferjen 09-11-2012 07:45 PM

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Originally Posted by MickeyFan612

I made an offer on one today that was listed for $65/ point. I offered $58 and they accepted. June use year with all 2011, 2012, and forward. I pay closing and they pay maint. 2012 maint:)

Nice!

webcs 09-11-2012 10:03 PM

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Originally Posted by KAT4DISNEY (Post 46124178)
That's the difference of asking vs. accepted offers.

Correct. Seriously you can get like $10 a point off in offers sometimes depending on how long the property has been offered up.

DougEMG 09-11-2012 10:56 PM

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Originally Posted by MickeyFan612 (Post 46127096)
I made an offer on one today that was listed for $65/ point. I offered $58 and they accepted. June use year with all 2011, 2012, and forward. I pay closing and they pay maint. 2012 maint:)

Congratulations

MickeyFan612 09-11-2012 10:59 PM

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Originally Posted by DougEMG (Post 46129008)
Congratulations

Thanks....I was really happy to stumble upon. Hope they are only paying attention to OKW and it slips by ROFR:)

ELMC 09-12-2012 01:51 AM

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Originally Posted by MickeyFan612 (Post 46129039)
Thanks....I was really happy to stumble upon. Hope they are only paying attention to OKW and it slips by ROFR:)

Nice deal. I wouldn't worry about ROFR. The ratio of deals that actually have a chance of being taken to the level of hysteria about said deals being taken is astronomically disproportional. You'll be fine. :)

MickeyFan612 09-12-2012 12:05 PM

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Originally Posted by ELMC (Post 46129810)
Nice deal. I wouldn't worry about ROFR. The ratio of deals that actually have a chance of being taken to the level of hysteria about said deals being taken is astronomically disproportional. You'll be fine. :)

Thanks...I sure hope you are right:)

Missyrose 09-12-2012 05:40 PM

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Originally Posted by ELMC

Nice deal. I wouldn't worry about ROFR. The ratio of deals that actually have a chance of being taken to the level of hysteria about said deals being taken is astronomically disproportional. You'll be fine.

Thanks...I sure hope you are right

Seriously, look at the ROFR thread, Disney isn't interested in BWV contracts. And your price isn't low enough to snag Disney's attention. Take a deep breath, your contract will be fine.


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cz4ever 09-12-2012 10:06 PM

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Originally Posted by MickeyFan612 (Post 46127096)
I made an offer on one today that was listed for $65/ point. I offered $58 and they accepted. June use year with all 2011, 2012, and forward. I pay closing and they pay maint. 2012 maint:)

That's a nice deal -- congrats! :thumbsup2:thumbsup2:thumbsup2

Which illustrates the point others have made -- asking price is just an illusory starting point. You can offer whatever you want and the seller can decide whether or not to accept. Sometimes they'll accept deep discounts, sometimes not.

MickeyFan612 09-17-2012 09:15 PM

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Originally Posted by Missyrose (Post 46137389)
Seriously, look at the ROFR thread, Disney isn't interested in BWV contracts. And your price isn't low enough to snag Disney's attention. Take a deep breath, your contract will be fine.

I sure hope you are right...Disney exercised ROFR on my BCV contract today so I'm really hoping this one passes. My broker thought the BCV would be okay and seemed more concerned about this BWV! So who knows? BTW I got the news on a Monday, thought it was a little odd it didn't come on a Tuesday!


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Originally Posted by cz4ever (Post 46140413)
That's a nice deal -- congrats! :thumbsup2:thumbsup2:thumbsup2

Which illustrates the point others have made -- asking price is just an illusory starting point. You can offer whatever you want and the seller can decide whether or not to accept. Sometimes they'll accept deep discounts, sometimes not.

Thanks!! Are your awesome deals wrapping up yet??

lions1995 09-19-2012 12:10 PM

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Originally Posted by webcs (Post 46128504)
Correct. Seriously you can get like $10 a point off in offers sometimes depending on how long the property has been offered up.

Knowing how long a contract has been up for sale is helpful. In the past, I have created a spread sheet to track contracts, how long they have been posted and any price changes. If one is patient, it is possible to find a contract that is fully loaded but noted as such becuase it has been listed for a long time. The buyer may be willing to take a low offer just to get rid of it.

Patience and making lots of offers will pay off in time.

Missyrose 09-19-2012 12:24 PM

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Originally Posted by lions1995 (Post 46205424)
Knowing how long a contract has been up for sale is helpful. In the past, I have created a spread sheet to track contracts, how long they have been posted and any price changes. If one is patient, it is possible to find a contract that is fully loaded but noted as such becuase it has been listed for a long time. The buyer may be willing to take a low offer just to get rid of it.

Patience and making lots of offers will pay off in time.

The only thing that can throw a wrench into these plans is the seller having a loan to pay off, so they are just unwilling to take a low offer because they don't want to bring money to the table.


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