So this rush of trying to get contracts to ROFR before 1/19 to avoid the new restrictions has had me scouring the comptrollers website to see if I could get an idea of what Disney was exercising its right on. In searching, I came across something that I know people before me have, but it seems like a viable, albeit more risky, way to purchase DVC and avoid the ROFR process altogether. On this thread, I plan to update it with upcoming foreclosure auctions through Orange county. Most of these sales go straight back to Disney for ***$100*** for them to resell them at current costs. Of course, there are additional fees such as settling the lien on the contract, but even so, Disney (with no one else bidding) is purchasing these contracts back at sometimes 40% of what they are ROFRing. For example, I saw one where after settling the back fees + their bid of $100, they got BLT points near $60pp. I am not saying this is for everyone, but it just presents another purchasing option. With us bidding against Disney, we can *possibly* get contacts for less than even current resale rates. I know that I have identified a contract I will be bidding on in February if my current one in process gets taken by Disney. The one thing I am not sure about, and I'd be interested to hear in comments, is what member benefits or restrictions these contracts will have. Are they treated as resales? Or if it's a foreclosed contract from an original owner who bought direct from Disney, will it be treated as a transfer like an inheritance? Regardless, it doesn't matter to me since if I bought resale right now, it would be restricted (and I already have my blue card).