I don't know if this helps, but think of DVC resales as buying a house or condo. You can buy one that's being built from the guy who's building it, one that's newly built in a new development where most people have moved in; you can buy the house across town that's 30 years old and was bought cheap by someone's grandparents; you can buy into that new neighborhood from someone who bought the newly built house 9 months ago but just lost his job so he has to downsize to a rental. You can buy a nice 3-br house in the family-friendly neighborhood from the couple that is getting divorced. Buying a DVC resale is the same process as a house. Talk to some real estate agents to see their inventory. Compare "comps" to see what similar "houses" are selling for, make an offer, a counteroffer, negotiate closing costs, put down a deposit, get a bunch of paperwork notarized, write a check (or do the loan process), wait for the title to be filed with the State in your name, then enjoy!