**NEW ROFR LIST (post your details here after reading 1st post)

Discussion in 'Purchasing DVC' started by lovin'fl, Jul 9, 2013.

  1. timandjanl

    timandjanl Mouseketeer

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    Well I realized I didn't put closing costs in here. Total is $19,550 with those. Seller pays '13 maintenance fees.
     
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  3. lisa3635

    lisa3635 Mouseketeer

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    I had a contract that went to ROFR back in May (may 20 I think) and it finally passed today. It was in probate so we knew it would take a little longer. I think it took so long I was removed from the waiting part of the ROFR thread.

    Here are the details:

    150 SSR Oct Use Year $60/point, 300 2012 points 150 2013 points. I'm paying maintenance fees on the 2013 points only and closing costs. Fidelity.

    The 2012 points were banked into 2013 but the banked 11 points will probably be lost. I guess there might be a week or 2 to use them if everything went super quick.
     
  4. twinsouvenirs

    twinsouvenirs Mother of Dragons :)

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    Nice! Gives me hope on my 62.50/pp contract for SSR! I should know in two days :)
     
  5. rusafee1183

    rusafee1183 DVC Owner Since 2012!

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    I was notified by my broker that we "officially closed" last Friday 8/9/13

    In the email it said "Sale closed, sent to Disney for transfer (10-14 days)"

    Does this mean that it will take that long for the points and details of the contract to be input into the system? I keep checking, and nothing has been loaded yet. It has only been 7 business days since then, so I trying to keep that in mind .... but this whole process has taken 3 1/2 months and I finally am at the finish line.

    I'm just really starting to get anxious for it to be over. :hourglass
     
  6. lovin'fl

    lovin'fl DIS Veteran

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    The last 2 weeks are hardest for me too. You are a current DVC member, so it should be loaded in the next few days. Congrats!!!
     
  7. twinsouvenirs

    twinsouvenirs Mother of Dragons :)

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    So I know tonight... we passed! Now as long as the seller doesn't change their mind... we've some banked points to burn! ;)
     
  8. DvF Diva

    DvF Diva Mouseketeer

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    We passed ROFR. Celebration time!!

    $100-$33905-320(160+160)-BLT-Dec-306/'13, 320/'14-sent 7/26, waived 8/20

    Closing scheduled 9/23
     
  9. twinsouvenirs

    twinsouvenirs Mother of Dragons :)

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    whoohoo!!! Excited with you, literally!
     
  10. agie65

    agie65 New Disney Fan DVC Gold

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    Usually within 2 weeks from closing disney will load the contract in your account. I had one loaded in 6 days and other took 3 weeks. I also have one from 8/9 which I am waiting to be loaded in my account. Other from 8/9 I have did not get recorded due to technicality and has to be manually recorded may take longer to be loaded. Hang in there should have good news by the end of the week.
     
  11. puppytrainer

    puppytrainer Mouseketeer

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    Found out today we passed!
     
  12. JamesA1

    JamesA1 Mouseketeer

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    For me it was 11 days. The contract was visible in the morning but the points were not available until the afternoon.
     
  13. michelleiada

    michelleiada DIS Veteran

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    We own BCV 250 points. I have addonitis! Made offer yesterday and accepted today for a second contract. AKV 100 points, April use year, all 100 points for 2013 and forward. $70 pp and seller pays dues and closing. Yay. Yay. Yay!!! Broker is Fidelity. Used them for last contract also.
     
  14. MrsBusDriver

    MrsBusDriver Earning My Ears

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    First time posting here. I am waiting to hear on ROFR since 8/2. VB 200 pts, 23/2013, 5/banked 2012, 200/2014. Paying 43 per pt, $430 closing, seller pays for 177pt maintenance fee, buyer 23pt maintenance fee, for a total cost of $8600. I hope I gave the right info if not let me know.
     
  15. Firepath

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    $87/$4350 -50-VWL-Aug 19/'12, 50/'13, 50/'14, sent 7/23-passed 8/20.
    Buyer pays closing and MF on '13 pts.

    Is it bad to add on before you even had your first trip?
     
  16. JustTinking

    JustTinking DVC Member since 2002

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    $85-$17000-200-BWV-Sep-91/'12, 200/'13, 200/'14-sent 7/23, passed 8/20, buyer pays closing and MF for '13

    Glad we're through ROFR and on the home stretch now.
     
  17. twinsouvenirs

    twinsouvenirs Mother of Dragons :)

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    Hooray!!!
     
  18. twinsouvenirs

    twinsouvenirs Mother of Dragons :)

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    You can probably try to rent them--not sure how likely you will get a taker but it is worth a shot
     
  19. wrighter

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    Just curious who you worked with at Fidelity?
     
  20. Belle & Ariel

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    That's really odd because I made an offer on that contract Friday. We offered $70 per point and buyer (us) pay dues and closing. Cash sale. We were told it was accepted then yesterday (Tuesday) told it went to someone else. You made offer Monday and we were bounced even though our offer was better?
    Does Fidelity give special treatment to past customers?


    Edited to add: We used a different broker who would split the commission with Fidelity. I guess they preferred your contract with them getting full commission. I think they did a HUGE disservice to the seller and us. I am not upset with you though; I was afraid with all the weird things I hear about Fidelity and was leery of dealing with them.
     
  21. michelleiada

    michelleiada DIS Veteran

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    Wow! I'm sorry! I made offer Saturday through email but Fidelity isn't opened on the weekend. I heard nothing on Monday and received a call yesterday. I have made several offers in the last few weeks so I fully expected to lose this one too...it's a competitive market! This contract was obviously priced to sell quickly because most contracts on the market are priced much too high in my opinion. I am surprised they sold to me and not you...but I guess I'm happy for me!
     

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