Passing the ROFR time, what are the most popular UY months that disney snatches?

Discussion in 'Purchasing DVC' started by kkolbusz1, Mar 21, 2013.

  1. kkolbusz1

    kkolbusz1 Mouseketeer

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    So, I realize I'm looney, but I need something to occupy my time while I wait to hear if we passed ROFR. I would like to be confident, but sometimes you just don't know. SO...I looked up the 4 sites & wrote down what's available for each month. I looked at the 4 major sites & totaled them together.
    Jan. 0
    Feb. 20
    Mar 13
    Apr 9
    May 0
    Jun 15
    Jul 0
    Aug 13
    Sept 15
    Oct 20
    Nov 0
    Dec 30
    So other than my craziness, would this say that Disney rofr's the ones that has the use years that dont have as many contracts available?
     
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  3. disneynutz

    disneynutz DIS Veteran DIS Lifetime Sponsor

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    Disney exercises ROFR on UY's that match the existing wait lists. They don't want to hold inventory and pay dues on points waiting for a match.

    :earsboy: Bill
     
  4. CarolMN

    CarolMN DVC Co-Moderator Moderator

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    Just FYI, there are no use years for January, May,July or November. No one except Disney knows why.

    You might find this thread interesting:

    Use Year Distribution Charts
     
  5. RSWA2

    RSWA2 Mouseketeer

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    I wonder if other timeshares who use a point system awarded on a month UY basis have something similar where there are less points per month UY. There has to be some industry study or standard or something logical, or maybe not. But generally, from what I've seen, anything that is done in industry/business has some financial reasoning behind it. And for the most part, it's to the benefit of the one providing that service, not the consumer. Unless it's a government/public service.
     

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