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Old 03-29-2013, 11:56 AM   #1
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Buying resale Fidelity or The Timeshare Store??

Have a contract with Disney now, but was thinking of adding on more points. Not sure if they(Disney) would ROFR or not

I have heard of Fidelity but don't have their web site or who should I talk to. Are their closing cost high, are they high in finance?.

I also have an idea about The Timeshare Store, but not about closing or who they finance with. If anyone know please let me know. TIA


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Old 03-29-2013, 01:20 PM   #2
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Have a contract with Disney now, but was thinking of adding on more points. Not sure if they(Disney) would ROFR or not

I have heard of Fidelity but don't have their web site or who should I talk to. Are their closing cost high, are they high in finance?.

I also have an idea about The Timeshare Store, but not about closing or who they finance with. If anyone know please let me know. TIA

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At this point with scarce contracts and rofr being exercised buy where you see a contract you like at any of the four companies.
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Old 03-29-2013, 03:23 PM   #3
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Fidelity charges a $195 admin fee that the others dont seem to charge. Also they seem to have more clients than the 2 people staffing can easily manage, so you need to call them, not email, CALL and keep calling if they dont call you back if you are interested in a property.

http://www.fidelityresales.com/dvc-resales.php

I got a negative experience trying to use fidelity and they were the only ones with contracts in my points range/use year.

Also, none of the big resale companies finance directly. They suggest a personal or home equity loan or direct you to timesharelending.net
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