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Discussion in 'Purchasing DVC' started by Meggysmum, May 3, 2013.

  1. Meggysmum

    Meggysmum Mouseketeer

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    I always liked reading peoples timelines to get an idea so here's my lastest one:

    3/13 Made offer, accepted same day
    3/14 Documents received, faxed back, deposit paid, sent to ROFR
    4/9 Passed ROFR
    4/10 Clsoing Documents received, returned and transfer arranged
    4/12 Informed wired fund completed then realised that intemediary bank had taken more than originally stated.
    4/14 Second amount of funding sent
    4/17 Closed
    5/1 New contract number appeared on my DVC site
    5/2 Points loaded

    7 weeks, one day from offer to points. If we hadn't had problems with the wire and then the hitches with the DVC homepage I think it would have come in at just under 7 weeks so I can't complain!

    This is our second resale with TTS, our first came in at just under 7 weeks too so I really can't fault them.

    Now to start planning my 2014 trip!:cheer2:
     
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  3. kkolbusz1

    kkolbusz1 Mouseketeer

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    Im jealous! We sent our offer in 3/11, accepted next day didnt get paperwork til a day or two later, sellers didnt get paperwork back til 19th, didnt go to rofr til 3/21 for some reason. Waived 32 days later april 22. Got closing docs 2 days ago, sent paperwork & ck yest.
     
  4. Meggysmum

    Meggysmum Mouseketeer

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    How frustrating, hope you get your points soon!
     
  5. automaticsoap

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    Yes, I found the timelines helpful as well! Here's mine -- I purchased through TSS, and it took exactly 2 months!

    3/3: Offered asking price and received contract
    3/4: faxed contract back and overnighted deposit check and signed originals
    3/5: deposit check and forms received; contract sent to Disney for ROFR
    4/2: notified that ROFR was waived
    4/9: received closing documents; overnighted signed documents and cashier's check
    4/10: closing documents received
    4/17: notified of closing; deed recorded on Florida Comptroller website
    5/2: received letter with membership number (dated 4/28, postmarked 4/30)
    5/3: called Member Services for online activation code; points loaded
     
  6. cm8

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  7. moran66

    moran66 Mouseketeer

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    these timelines really helped me I thought I would give this one a bump since I saw that there are alot of ppl that were around my timeline posting on here. here is mine so far.

    4/15 offer submitted
    4/17 offer accepted
    4/19 doc rec/agreement faxed
    4/25 submitted for rofr
    5/22 disney waived rofr
    5/24 fidelity told me it will take 7-14 days to have closing docs EMAILED to me :sad2: i am guessing they say that to everyone so maybe Ill get lucky and get them next week:thumbsup2
     
  8. collections

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    I passed ROFR on 5/6. I was told by Fidelity at that time that is would be "no more than 8 business days" for me to receive my closing docs. I did not get them for 10 business days and when they arrived there were 3 typos, so I waited another day to get corrected documents.
    I hope you get yours sooner.
     
  9. Micah008

    Micah008 Earning My Ears

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    Here is mine, longer than most:

    2/28 (Thu) - Listing posted to site (very late at night, after I went to bed)
    3/01 (Fri) - Made offer. (6:30am) Immediately got email back acknowledging offer.
    3/05 (Tue) - Hadn't heard anything, so I called. No more information.
    3/06 (Wed) - Received a call that offer was accepted. (late afternoon)
    3/07 (Thu) - Listing taken down from site.
    3/12 (Tue) - Received contract to sign. (afternoon) (this was days later than expected, and now I was out of town)
    3/15 (Fri) - Signed contract and sent. (morning) Submitted for ROFR a few hours later. (late morning)
    4/9 (Tue) - Passed ROFR.
    4/19 (Fri) - Received closing documents. (late in the day)
    4/22 (Mon) - Mailed back closing documents and cashiers check, using 2nd day air.
    4/24 (Wed) - Closing documents received by title company.
    5/3 (Fri) - Was told that closing was complete (over the phone).
    5/7 (Tue) - Got email from Title Company saying that closing was complete.
    5/8 (Wed) - Deed and ROFR Waiver were posted to the Orange County FL website.
    5/18 (Sat) - Disney added us into their system.
    5/19 (Sun) - Got Member ID number over the phone, and code to sign into website. (after being very persistent)
    5/20 (Mon) - Booked our first trip online.
    5/24 (Fri) - Received official letter with Member ID in the mail.
     
  10. lorie13

    lorie13 Mouseketeer DVC Gold

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    Our time line:

    04/10 Offered on BWV contract. Accepted, contract emailed
    04/12 Signed contracted emailed back to TSS and they sent it to ROFR
    05/06 Passed ROFR
    05/08 Received closing docs
    05/09 Sent docs back UPS Next Day Air
    05/16 Closed

    Now waiting for the points to be added to our current membership as we purchased the same UY. Waiting, waiting, waiting...this part now feels like forever.
     
  11. AKchristmasqueen

    AKchristmasqueen Earning My Ears

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    Congratulations! That's great:-). I recommended that my in-laws look at the resale market for purchasing DVC points. Hopefully theirs goes as smoothly as yours!
     
  12. Minniesgal

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    I think the timelines might be a little longer just now while member administration deal with the VGF sales
     
  13. Rmgdisney

    Rmgdisney Earning My Ears

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    I also loved reading the timelines posted during our DVC resale purchase. So here is our timeline:

    3/20 Offer made
    3/21 Sent in deposit
    3/22 Sent to Rofr
    4/15 Disney waived Rofr
    4/19 Rcvd closing docs
    4/20 Mailed in closing docs with final funds
    4/26 Escrow closed
    4/30 Deed recorded
    5/12 Membership ID # shipped (called MS)
    5/17 Member ID # letter rcvd also booked trip

    58 Days from start to finish :dance3:
    Very happy with our purchase and can't wait for our first DVC trip!
     
  14. Meggysmum

    Meggysmum Mouseketeer

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    Wow that was a quickie, Welcome Home!:hyper:
     
  15. Mickey Dreams

    Mickey Dreams Earning My Ears

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    Wow, so many fast turn arounds. It feels like I will be waiting forever! We submitted our offer on 3/25, passed ROFR on 4/22 and have not received out closing paperwork from Fidelity's title company yet. I have had a few e-mails saying it would be a couple of days.
     
  16. z28wiz

    z28wiz DIS Veteran DVC Gold

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    Wow, over a month and no docs!

    Sent from my iPhone using DISBoards
     
  17. Rmgdisney

    Rmgdisney Earning My Ears

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    Thank you! You're timeline was pretty fast also, thanks for sharing :yay:
     

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