Discussion in 'Purchasing DVC' started by korbbec, Jan 3, 2007.
I thought Disney only sold points, right?
Correct. Whomever posted that does not know what they are talking about. DVC is points based only. There are no set units, no set weeks and it is not biennial.
I thought it sounded fishy- thank you.
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It must be legitimate. They even talk about River Country.
yes but 9,000 points for $9,000 dollars - that is a joke.
DVC would definitely buy it back. Either someone doesn't understand what they are selling. maybe someone died the new owner doesn't want it?????
but 9,000 points???? when the ad implies that they don't have enough points to go every year. this has got to be a mistake.
So if I buy this timeshare I get to use river country?? sold Oh also 10% off regular park passes? since when
But yeah... dvc doesn't sell weeks or "biennial" deeds
and 9000 points for $9000 with $552.50/year maintenence fee's? Sign me up
Seriously though if that maintenence fee number is correct, if you take 2007 maintenence fee's for BCV ($4.63/pt) and divide that by it you only get about 120 points... which would mean about $75/pt. Which would only be enough for a 1BR if you banked and went every other year (hence the biennial). Definetely misleading people with this.
I just don't understand how these "professionals" can be so incompetent. Three quarters of the ad proves they have no idea what they are selling.
$75/point sounds good to me.
Im sooooo tempted to fill out the form
Where do these things come from???? Lots of inept resellers out there!
75 per point for BCV I'm in
I did not even notice the River Country reference. That is too much. I would def buy if it were true- River Country was the best water park ever.
Okay, so I filled out the form and got an email back saying they didn't understand my question, but they would ask the owner.
Keep us posted -
Good for you Dianne....
What question did you ask??
I've wondered something about this kind of add. I've seen adds in the past for vintage cars where it stated " will double in value in 2 years" and other such things. Could the seller be held liable if his/her claim didn't happen. Whose responsibility is it for blatant errors in listings. What if you had your heart set on a day at River Country?
No mention of Disney's ROFR either, which would surely occur if an offer was actually made for $75/point.
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