Okay- I know nothing about real estate/bussiness/or anthing like that - BUT.... I am trying to understand the marketing strategy of Disney's recent aggression to use their ROFR. BCV are not yet sold out and Saratoga Springs will be selling this summer - So why is WDW buying all these resales? When they purchase they have to pay closing cost and reimburse you your dues if this is one of your conditions to sell your pts? And with the economy the way it is and many folks with their jobs in limbo - why would they want to have more points to sell - because if they don't the lose the yrly dues and the almost guarantee that folks like all of us will be going to WDW 1, 2, 3 or more times a year and spending money in the parks. I think the recent DVC increase may have slowed sales so they are going to buy back points for a while until they "neutrulize" the resale market and then we will see less buy backs. But my ? is what is the buy back price? As you can tell from my post I am not in marketing or sales or any field that would give me proper knowledge to figure out why so many buy backs - so for those of you who are - help me understand.