Another BCV question, this time for the # years and first use year

Discussion in 'Purchasing DVC' started by Mickbee, Mar 29, 2002.

  1. Mickbee

    Mickbee First voyage of the Magic crossing from Kingdom to

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    Sorry if this is silly or has been asked a million times but my eyes are bleeding trying to sift through all of the BCV questions. The search engine will not accept "BCV". :(

    My questions are:

    If I add-on to BVC, will I receive 2002 points upon closing?

    Are closings happening now or are they holding off until June?

    Does BCV fall under the same 2042 expiration date.

    Is February use year available for sale (our current year)? If the closings don't occur until June, this will only leave until July to bank the 2002 points.

    Thanks for your help!

    Steve

    P.S. We just booked our fifth trip for this year. We will be taking our first DCL cruise for June 29 - July 6th. We are combining it with an OKW and VWL 1BR stay. It should be a blast. We can't wait!!! :D


    Also, we saw the models and BCV during our visit in late Feb and it looks awesome!!!
     
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  3. drusba

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    If you now have a Feb use year, they will sell you a Feb use year and it will be 2002 points. Closings are still for June but as to banking it is like any other purchase--you can designate that points be banked as part of the closing and they will be regardless of whether banking deadline passes (in the event for some reason the closing is late). The 2042 expiration applies.
     
  4. Mickbee

    Mickbee First voyage of the Magic crossing from Kingdom to

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    If the closing isn't until June, when is the final payment due on the contract? Do they wait until the closing timeframe or do they require the money right after the 15 right of refusal?
     
  5. kem330

    kem330 <font color=red>Thinks the TF is an Illinois thing

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    Your deposit is due 2 weeks after you sign the papers. So if you are financing, it's the appropriate percentage. If you are not financing, the whole amount is due- however I have read that members pay 20% down, then payoff the balance by June 1 to avoid finance charges.
     

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