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shellbelle1971 02-25-2013 08:02 AM

Waiting For ROFR
 
Have you ever had Disney give word on ROFR in less than 30 days? I wish... We're on day 19 today. Sigh...

JMW123 02-25-2013 08:42 AM

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Originally Posted by shellbelle1971 (Post 47620203)
Have you ever had Disney give word on ROFR in less than 30 days? I wish... We're on day 19 today. Sigh...

Yes, when the buy your contract from under you....

It seems that a rule of thumb is that if they are going to exercise ROFR it happens usually in less than 21 or so days.

If they are going to let you pass you usually find out on a Tuesday or Weds and it is the last Tues or Weds possible that falls with your 30 day period.

i.e. I submitted on a Weds and found out 4 Weds's later, exactly 28 Days.

johnsbelt 02-25-2013 10:06 AM

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Originally Posted by shellbelle1971 (Post 47620203)
Have you ever had Disney give word on ROFR in less than 30 days? I wish... We're on day 19 today. Sigh...

Yes, when we purchased, we passed ROFR in 7 days. That was before any restrictions on re-sale AND IS DEFINATELY NOT THE NORM. I guess I had quite a bit of pixie dust sent my way from the ROFR angels. :-)

John

lodge 02-25-2013 11:37 AM

7 days! That must be a record!! I have never seen that!! Yep, pixie dust for sure!!pixiedust:

shellbelle1971 02-25-2013 11:53 AM

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Originally Posted by JMW123 (Post 47620560)
Yes, when the buy your contract from under you....

Ok...patience is a virtue, I guess. It's just not *my* virtue. :coffee:

shellbelle1971 02-25-2013 11:55 AM

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Originally Posted by johnsbelt (Post 47621542)
Yes, when we purchased, we passed ROFR in 7 days. That was before any restrictions on re-sale AND IS DEFINATELY NOT THE NORM. I guess I had quite a bit of pixie dust sent my way from the ROFR angels. :-)

John

WOW!! 7 days! I'm trying to restrain my jealousy!
:flower3:

Joey7295 02-25-2013 12:13 PM

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Originally Posted by JMW123 (Post 47620560)
Yes, when the buy your contract from under you....

It seems that a rule of thumb is that if they are going to exercise ROFR it happens usually in less than 21 or so days.

If they are going to let you pass you usually find out on a Tuesday or Weds and it is the last Tues or Weds possible that falls with your 30 day period.

i.e. I submitted on a Weds and found out 4 Weds's later, exactly 28 Days.

I agree. They usually take as many days as possible before they let a contract pass

lville23 02-25-2013 02:54 PM

The longer you go the better the odds. My last contract was ROFR'd on day ten, which inluded two weekends and one Monday Holiday (MLK).

ELMC 02-25-2013 03:51 PM

Agreed. If you are the type to worry about passing ROFR, you really only need to worry for the first two weeks. If you hit that mark without hearing anything, you are more than likely home free.

Sandisw 02-25-2013 05:36 PM

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Originally Posted by ELMC
Agreed. If you are the type to worry about passing ROFR, you really only need to worry for the first two weeks. If you hit that mark without hearing anything, you are more than likely home free.

That's good to hear...we hit 30 days this week...we went to Disney on 1/28 and its a BLT Dec UY, so maybe the fact that we made it this far is a good sign they might not take it...

ELMC 02-25-2013 07:03 PM

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Originally Posted by Sandisw (Post 47626700)
That's good to hear...we hit 30 days this week...we went to Disney on 1/28 and its a BLT Dec UY, so maybe the fact that we made it this far is a good sign they might not take it...

Here's hoping! :goodvibes Good luck to you.

KAT4DISNEY 02-25-2013 10:30 PM

I had one that had a verbal OK after 1 day and the written notice came 6 days later. :p

Not the norm though. And the reason there was a verbal ok was that it was a contract Disney had begun foreclosure on several weeks earlier but then a clerk had accidentally pulled the file so rather than continue the foreclosure they let the owners sell it.

shellbelle1971 02-26-2013 03:13 PM

Guess what...we just got news that our contract passed ROFR today--20 days after it was submitted. Hooray! :)

Joey7295 02-26-2013 04:22 PM

I passed today at 22 days

WDWfanatic2 02-26-2013 08:03 PM

I passed today at 18 days :)


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