Discussion in 'Purchasing DVC' started by theguda, Apr 20, 2013.
I love how you guys sweat my posts. It flattering.
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Don't sweat your post, just trying to figure out your posts. They go from one end of the spectrum to the other daily.
There you go again. Lol
I haven't read through this whole thread but wanted to comment. I think the price range is on point.
In 2011 I bought 2 small BWV contracts, 52 pts each. Paid $78 plus closing, plus MFs.
I recently sold one of them for $76, buyer paid closing, no currently year points.
We listed it on a Friday afternoon, got 2 offers w/in 24 hours and the contract was signed w/in 2 days.
For the smaller contracts, the price is kinda "is what it is." I sold it to add on at VWL, but haven't seen any 50-pters for my UY in over a year.
Hi DBS - When DVC increased prices by $15 in March, how do you take that into account on future resale point prices? Wouldn't that be permanently reflected in the resale prices somehow? Maybe at $7 more per pt, and it would need to be figured in from now on? Just wondering. Seems it needs to be in the calculations somehow. And when was the last time DVC raised prices? Is it often? And how did it affect the price points in the long run when prices went up?
You.don't. Resale prices are only up because for a week or two Disney excercised rofr.
At least for OKW, the main driver of resale prices is likely the overall US housing market. See this thread:
And this graph:
About 80% of the year-to-year variability in prices on the resale market can be explained by the US housing index.
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