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Old 06-05-2013, 11:44 AM   #2881
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Updated the list on page 162.
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Thanks again for updating this list! I know the time and effort it takes to do this.

For what it's worth, For our contract information, Listed for the SSR contracts, i noticed there were question marks for our submission date. Our Contract was submitted on February 27.

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Old 06-05-2013, 12:01 PM   #2882
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Put us on the pass list

Just got an email from Shawn at Fidelity. She said that the recieved the waiver from Disney yesterday

So maybe I can relax now lol

OKW 150points $57 pp Oct uy 30 points 2012 all going forward
buyer pays closing and admin fee seller pays mf for 2013

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Old 06-05-2013, 12:11 PM   #2883
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Knew that deal was going to be too good to be true....sorry. I passed on the same price per point but no where near as loaded. I was shocked that your seller agreed to pay MF. That's probably what sunk it. Good luck next time.
Yea it was a good deal so worth a try... No worries, back to looking
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Old 06-05-2013, 12:13 PM   #2884
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Started a purchase just before April started. Had search multiple sites and found the following contract available. UY Feb, 160 pt 13' and 14' asking for $90 per. My original offer was $80 and we settled on $85, buyer pays admin fee and maint fees for 13', seller pays all closing cost. Just got notification that it is through ROFR. Starting the paperwork to close now. I'll update with how long that took when its over and I can book a trip against it. Woo. Hooooooo.

It's for BLT Sub 04/01/13 passed ROFR 04/23/13.
Finally settled and points are in my account. Probably happened in last 4 days, so say 1st of June. It all went pretty smoothly through Fidelity. I'd recommend them if you are interested in buying.
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Old 06-05-2013, 12:30 PM   #2885
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Finally settled and points are in my account. Probably happened in last 4 days, so say 1st of June. It all went pretty smoothly through Fidelity. I'd recommend them if you are interested in buying.
So, about 5 weeks from ROFR pass to points in account. Sounds long to me. Is this the new normal?
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Old 06-05-2013, 12:43 PM   #2886
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So, about 5 weeks from ROFR pass to points in account. Sounds long to me. Is this the new normal?
About 5 weeks from ROFR passing receiving member letter. Sellers took almost 2 weeks to return documents & VGF offered for sale- otherwise think it would have been faster. Broker & title co were great as they were not cause for delay. Closing on our 2nd contract now & waiting on sellers to return documents again!
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Old 06-05-2013, 12:47 PM   #2887
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So, about 5 weeks from ROFR pass to points in account. Sounds long to me. Is this the new normal?
We purchased through Fidelity, but the points had to go through a bankruptcy judge. Here was our timeline.

2/27 Contract sent to ROFR
3/19 Passed ROFR
4/5 Contract received and sent back
5/1 Contract closed at First American Title
5/18 Received Disney letter informing us of our Member number

Still waiting for our welcome package from Disney
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Old 06-05-2013, 01:22 PM   #2888
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Submitted BCV 320 points @ 75 pp.. It was submitted to ROFR on 5/21. They only had 77 points from 2013. Seller pay MF and Closing. Buyer pay Fidelity Fee. The wait will kill me. I am not a patient person to begin with and now that I keep seeing Mickey snatch up similar contracts I officially have an ulcer! If only I offered a few more dollars a point....
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Old 06-05-2013, 01:58 PM   #2889
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Anyone notice the following. It seems to me that contracts that stipulate Seller and buyer paying for MF and closing/administative fees in odd ways seem to go through ROFR.

It seems to me that Mickey doesn't want to make it complicated when he buys up the points.
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Submitted BCV 320 points @ 75 pp.. It was submitted to ROFR on 5/21. They only had 77 points from 2013. Seller pay MF and Closing. Buyer pay Fidelity Fee. The wait will kill me. I am not a patient person to begin with and now that I keep seeing Mickey snatch up similar contracts I officially have an ulcer! If only I offered a few more dollars a point....
what UY ?
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Old 06-05-2013, 02:13 PM   #2891
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April... Fingers crossed..
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Old 06-05-2013, 02:19 PM   #2892
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April... Fingers crossed..
Sending pixie dust your way. Since the contract only has 77 points for 2013 & no delayed closing, I think you stand a fair chance of passing IMO. Good luck!
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Old 06-05-2013, 02:27 PM   #2893
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Thanks!!! I can use all the pixie dust you can find!
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Old 06-05-2013, 02:34 PM   #2894
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Anyone notice the following. It seems to me that contracts that stipulate Seller and buyer paying for MF and closing/administative fees in odd ways seem to go through ROFR.

It seems to me that Mickey doesn't want to make it complicated when he buys up the points.
I noticed when seller pays MF or Closing get more ROFRED.
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Old 06-05-2013, 02:44 PM   #2895
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I noticed when seller pays MF or Closing get more ROFRED.
Some people might argue otherwise but I agree with you. When the seller pays MF and/or closing, it is less Disney has to pay for the entire contract. I think seller paying MF on points not already used makes a bigger difference than closing costs if comparing just those two. However, both still effect the bottom line & profit margin. I would especially be concerned on passing ROFR if seller was paying either or both on a loaded contract.
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