BRV resale

momtwoboys

DIS Veteran
Joined
Dec 9, 2007
Im searching for a BRV resale and we were set on looking for a 100-150pt. the contracts are for sure slim on whats out there. What would be fair ppp for a 200pt contract? its more than we needed point wise but depending what these have been going for we arent sure if it may be a good one?
 

idisneyfan

Nikki Lynn
Joined
Jun 21, 2020
I had an offer accepted for BRV Friday for 175 points at $110 with April UY. The contract was not stripped and had all points available should it pass ROFR plus a few extra from 2020.
 

momtwoboys

DIS Veteran
Joined
Dec 9, 2007
Are you searching for a particular Use Year?
dec, feb, march? we tend to travel in april and down the road maybe another time. Summers are a no. Just figure if looking might be more selective on UY this time. We havent had an issue with our June UY except during covid 2020 trip!
 

momtwoboys

DIS Veteran
Joined
Dec 9, 2007
we are really looking for a 100-150 point. The 200 pt march UY I saw is out of budget at 115pp. and dont want a stripped contract. slim pickins🤣
 

TCRAIG

Member Since 2010 SS/OKW/HH/BCV/WLV/BLT/GF
Joined
Jun 17, 2011
dec, feb, march? we tend to travel in april and down the road maybe another time. Summers are a no. Just figure if looking might be more selective on UY this time. We havent had an issue with our June UY except during covid 2020 trip!
I would try for an Oct or Dec UY - just in case you ever want to stay at Christmastime
 

momtwoboys

DIS Veteran
Joined
Dec 9, 2007
I would try for an Oct or Dec UY - just in case you ever want to stay at Christmastime
IF we ever went down to see christmas decor it would be a quick short trip in late Nov. the main week for using the DVC will be spring. A small 100-150 contract would cover that. if we got a larger 200pt then it could cover a 6 night and maybe a 2 night another time. when we originally bought in with a 100pt loaded contract its done us well with our april trips! we always book studios so we would bank some every year. We really stretched it out good! In process now of selling that one.
 

Stargazer65

DIS Veteran
Joined
Aug 13, 2020
Last fall I acquired a 100 pt. for 92/pt. Sept UY with some banked 2019 pts, half the 2020 pts, and full pts after. That was a fair deal then, probably good now. If you're patient, something will probably become available.
 

momtwoboys

DIS Veteran
Joined
Dec 9, 2007
Last fall I acquired a 100 pt. for 92/pt. Sept UY with some banked 2019 pts, half the 2020 pts, and full pts after. That was a fair deal then, probably good now. If you're patient, something will probably become available.
we got time! we go regardless yearly so we can wait and if needed just pay cash AP rates somewhere for next april. just saw a 100pt for 125. that seems high seeing as its 0-21 100-22 100-23. nothing banked
 

momtwoboys

DIS Veteran
Joined
Dec 9, 2007
throwing Oct UY in too. who knew BRV would be so hard to find? I see a nice 150pt but listed at 129.
 

momtwoboys

DIS Veteran
Joined
Dec 9, 2007
I had an offer accepted for BRV Friday for 175 points at $110 with April UY. The contract was not stripped and had all points available should it pass ROFR plus a few extra from 2020.
wondering if an offer of $98.00 for a 170pts contract is out of the range?
 

momtwoboys

DIS Veteran
Joined
Dec 9, 2007
I started at $105 when the asking was $112. I didn't negotiate much and settled at $110. I would buy more if I could get it at $100 or cheaper!!
the asking is 110.00 for 170pts, so I figured maybe ask 98? room to negotiate? We were looking for slightly smaller contract so figured could help off set the higher maint fees.
 

MomOTwins

The Mommy Fairy
Joined
Mar 5, 2018
the asking is 110.00 for 170pts, so I figured maybe ask 98? room to negotiate? We were looking for slightly smaller contract so figured could help off set the higher maint fees.
I’ve been watching for a while and 110 seems on the low end for what has been listed lately. I suspect they’ll have higher offers, but it never hurts to try.
 

dvc lover 1970

DIS Veteran
Joined
May 29, 2013
I would offer 98, you never know. What is going on with resale prices??? I used to eyeball them, but have not in the last few months this is crazy.
 

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