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Old 04-09-2013, 07:04 AM   #16
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As long as Disney keeps buying them back, I suspect that buyers will temp fate to find out where the ceiling really is?
Agree with this - especially after my full price offer (60.00PP for BWV) was "countered" by seller because they did not research the market a head of time. I walked away - long story but they re-listed for 70.00PP and actually got more then that and it was a very large contract. I still would rather spend 75.00PP then 130.00 especially on a older property - of course I still have not gotten to that threshold trying my luck with 200 points at 65.00PP fully loaded 2011 points and on which is more then I thought I would spend for BWV.
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Old 04-09-2013, 09:08 AM   #17
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That is an asking price, not necessarily what anyone will pay!

we offered $110 per point for GCV and were glad to do so as it is the right points in our UY. just hope we get through ROFR and don't have to pay $130 or worse $165.
And you might not get them at $130 or $165. I'm on the wait list and I understand it's pretty long.
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Old 04-09-2013, 11:32 AM   #18
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i am comparing what i am going to pay on the waitlist to what it going on in the resale market. i think that unless your 100% clueless you got on the waitlist or have been buying up contracts. I picked up 30 WL for 102 last month direct and i am on the list for 30ish at BWV at 115. i am happy to see though prices are going up.
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Old 04-09-2013, 12:45 PM   #19
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A couple of weeks ago I saw a 50pt SSR at $130 ! I even checked back a couple of days later incase it was a typo. Why would you pay that for resale?
There is currently a contract on fidelity for a 100pt SSR at $160 per point. There is no way they are selling that.
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Old 04-09-2013, 01:02 PM   #20
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There is currently a contract on fidelity for a 100pt SSR at $160 per point. There is no way they are selling that.
Wow. That's even more ridiculous than the one I saw. Surely the Broker is wasting everyones time by even advertising that. If they are asking $160 then I presume they are in debt but surely SSR has never cost that much and it would be hard to owe that even with financing.
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Wow. That's even more ridiculous than the one I saw. Surely the Broker is wasting everyones time by even advertising that. If they are asking $160 then I presume they are in debt but surely SSR has never cost that much and it would be hard to owe that even with financing.
I assume the ridiculously priced contracts are people who do not really want to sell. People somehow "forced" to list the contract, contentious divorce, bankruptcy or other financial trouble, etc.

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this could be or the economy is recovering
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this could be or the economy is recovering
Well I doubt this is the case seeing how the economy hasn't recovered and could get worse.
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I assume the ridiculously priced contracts are people who do not really want to sell. People somehow "forced" to list the contract, contentious divorce, bankruptcy or other financial trouble, etc.

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Didn't think of that!
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And you might not get them at $130 or $165. I'm on the wait list and I understand it's pretty long.
I didn't get the impression it was that long for my UY. I went on in January and was told 4-6 months. As my UY is August I strongly suspect my points will become available the first of August. Hopefuly ROFR will let me have these ones and i can cancel the waitlist.
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I wish I had the cash to grad a small AKV contract ASAP
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Of course the economy is getting better and the people who can afford to spend 5 to 20k on a timeshare. Also tax refunds were behind I know I spent mine on 30 vwl points. I think it's just a perfect storm of factors.
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Of course the economy is getting better and the people who can afford to spend 5 to 20k on a timeshare. Also tax refunds were behind I know I spent mine on 30 vwl points. I think it's just a perfect storm of factors.
I don't understand the comments about tax returns. Normally the people who make enough money to make a purchases like this don't get refunds. They are paying quarterly estimates and/or even owe come tax time. People who are getting refunds aren't in a very high tax bracket typically. Either that or you need to have you're quarterly payments adjusted. Don't give the government an interest free loan for heavens sakes!

As far as the economy, the stock market isn't a good way to gauge the economy. The housing market is a closer representation of the economy, and the housing market sucks.
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I don't understand the comments about tax returns. Normally the people who make enough money to make a purchases like this don't get refunds. They are paying quarterly estimates and/or even owe come tax time. People who are getting refunds aren't in a very high tax bracket typically. Either that or you need to have you're quarterly payments adjusted. Don't give the government an interest free loan for heavens sakes!

As far as the economy, the stock market isn't a good way to gauge the economy. The housing market is a closer representation of the economy, and the housing market sucks.
Half my friends owe, the other half get refunds and they all make enough to buy DVC shares easily. I think this is a bold statement. :D
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Half my friends owe, the other half get refunds and they all make enough to buy DVC shares easily. I think this is a bold statement. :D
Why is this a bold statement?? Did you not read my complete statement? If you are getting a large refund, then you need to adjust your deductions or quarterly adjustments. You are giving the government an interest free loan. Don't think they would be as nice to you as you are being to them. Timeshare companies typically target people that have incomes of over $85,000 annually. So my statement is not bold.
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