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marivigi 03-04-2013 03:37 PM

If you buy direct and finance through Disney
 
Does anyone know what the interest rate offered is?

Do they have different interest rates?

Thanks!

WDWLayla 03-04-2013 04:00 PM

I believe it was preferred rate of 12.5 and standard of 17.5? With 10% down.

20% down gets you a standar rate of 12.5 and a preferred rate of 9.5 I believe

tjkraz 03-04-2013 04:08 PM

With 10% down, rates are 11.5%, 14.5% and 17.5% depending upon credit scores.

With 20% down rates are 9%, 10.5% and 12.5%.

marivigi 03-04-2013 04:18 PM

thank you! :)

Sur 03-04-2013 07:04 PM

If I recall correctly, you may put a down payment on your cc, enabling some choices there also.

kelis 03-05-2013 09:55 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by tjkraz (Post 47697636)
With 10% down, rates are 11.5%, 14.5% and 17.5% depending upon credit scores.

With 20% down rates are 9%, 10.5% and 12.5%.

Having just purchased on Thursday, these are exactly the numbers I saw.

intertile 03-05-2013 10:22 AM

they also have better numbers if you are adding on.

If you put 10% down its 8.5% with auto-debit
If you put 5% down its 10.5% with auto-debit

This is only offered to existing DVC members with a history of a loan. They look at your last 6 months payments only. If they were all on-time you are automatically approved and given these rates. Info was given to me on a DCL cruise and confirmed by my guide last week. (Cruise actually gave me 2 print outs showing the rates, downpayments, dues, and monthly payments)

disneypoor 03-25-2013 02:50 PM

We just added on a small contract last week and got 8%. We put 20% down though. Our first DVC purchase was already paid off, but I remembered it being 10 percent, so I was surprised at the 8%.

Susan

tazleiten12 03-25-2013 06:49 PM

New Rates
 
I seen on another site, the rates went up. Below is what they now show. I wonder if this affects the classic resort wait-lists?

Premium, 10% down: 11.5%
Premium, 20% down: 9.0%

Preferred, 10% down: 14.5%
Preferred, 20% down: 10.5%

Standard, 10% down: 17.5%
Standard, 20% down: 12.5%

The above rates assume the buyer agrees to direct debit of monthly payments from a US-based bank account. Buyers who are not willing to enroll in the direct debit program will be charged an additional 1%.

Novakm 03-25-2013 07:26 PM

Wow that's pretty high, considering I just refinanced a house at less than 3%.

elfbo 03-25-2013 07:39 PM

Our guide told us on sunday. Preferred 10.5% with 10% down. 8% with 20% dwn. We are on the waitlist if that could make a difference

tjkraz 03-25-2013 08:14 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by tazleiten12 (Post 47908751)
Premium, 10% down: 11.5%
Premium, 20% down: 9.0%

Preferred, 10% down: 14.5%
Preferred, 20% down: 10.5%

Standard, 10% down: 17.5%
Standard, 20% down: 12.5%

The above rates assume the buyer agrees to direct debit of monthly payments from a US-based bank account. Buyers who are not willing to enroll in the direct debit program will be charged an additional 1%.

It's actually 1% LESS than the rates above if direct debit. So 10.5% Premium with 10% down and Direct Debit. 8% Premium with 20% and DD.

geraghty 03-26-2013 12:09 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Novakm
Wow that's pretty high, considering I just refinanced a house at less than 3%.

But does your house have a Bay Lake view and an infinite supply of pixiedust?

rusafee1183 03-26-2013 03:27 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by geraghty (Post 47915127)
But does your house have a Bay Lake view and an infinite supply of pixiedust?

Both of these are EXCELLENT points!! ::yes::

:rotfl:

chalee94 03-26-2013 03:49 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Novakm (Post 47909082)
Wow that's pretty high, considering I just refinanced a house at less than 3%.

a house might decline in value a bit over the short term, but DVC is definitely headed to zero (and many timeshares are already there - $1 on ebay - what a deal!), so banks are justifiably antsy about lending on timeshares...


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