I think the economy is about the same. My opinion is there are a couple things that *might* be at playI do however believe that prices will go down in the foreseeable future as the economy is not as strong as it has been.
Some do, some don't. I had an accepted offer on one that didn't... it would've been a great deal if it had passed!Does anyone know if the Fidelity contracts with their low prices even pass ROFR though Some of Fidelity contracts are so tempting but my concern is passing ROFR
Some folks also tend to unload their contracts at this time as annual dues are coming up again.
If memory serves me correctly, the resale market didn't come down last year during annual dues season as everyone had said it would. Although, I suspect that was because ofThat's the biggest thing. This is "busy season" as far as DVC resale is concerned.
Rental price ceiling is capped by Disney's cash prices for hotel rooms. To make up for the lack of housekeeping and less-friendly cancellation policies that go with point rentals, there has to be a significant savings. IWill these increased due also drive up the rental market cost? I would imagine that the recent increase in our OTU points and now the MF increase this will drive up the rental cost per point, but i think for many out there going rental is still a significant savings compared to direct Disney prices.