Going rate per point at BLT if purchased direct?

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  1. Missyrose

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    That's how it is, either you're willing to wait out a good deal or you're not. Fidelity can usually have more of the distressed contracts and thus, you're more likely to find a better deal.
     
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  3. cseca

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    Even with fidelity ... I can't even get anyone to take my call. By the time I got to someone the contracts are usually gone... Lol!
    They said they are completely swamped and they promised to call if there's a contract that fits our request. But that never panned out.
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    Definitely a sellers market right now.
     
  4. rock_doctor

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    Seems the going rate for BLT is mid to upper 90s. Interesting, since last summer we paid $86/point. I guess since the direct price went up, the resale followed the trend. fidelityresales has a couple in the $90-95 range. Probably will be gone by tomorrow...
     
  5. Missyrose

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    The going listing rate appears to be mid to upper 90s, but that's not what people are paying for them (according to the small size of the ROFR thread.)
     

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