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Old 06-09-2010, 09:26 PM   #16
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I was told when I purchased originally that if I were to sell I could not sell the property for more than what I originally paid.
i've heard of some disney employees who were offered discounted prices and accepted some restrictions on selling as a result.

but as doc says, most buyers are not restricted in any way from reselling for more money (and many early buyers did make some profit when they resold a decade or so later).
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Old 06-09-2010, 09:39 PM   #17
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Thanks, very interesting.....Now not to change the subject but someone brought on ROFR....if Disney buys it back...where do they advertise their re-sale or do they? Do you have to ask?
disney/DVC can add the ROFRed pts to their pool and resell the contracts directly. (you might notice a few "best kept secret" posters and billboards around wdw... )

if a new buyer walks in to look at BLT but has their heart set on BCV, DVC can sell them a 160 pt BCV contract out of the BCV pts they have ROFRed (or foreclosed).

if a current owner wants to "add-on" to get more pts, DVC can sell them an add-on of as few as 25 pts out of the pts they have ROFRed (or foreclosed).

if you google dvcnews, you can find out current prices or call your guide if you are ready to get serious.
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Old 06-10-2010, 09:25 AM   #18
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65 dollars in 2000 is over 80 dollars in 2010 (due to inflation).

The properties have retained a good amount of value (nearly 100%) despite being 1/3 of the way to expiration. Still great for those that bought, but not so good as to actually be making a profit.
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Old 06-10-2010, 09:38 AM   #19
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The properties have retained a good amount of value (nearly 100%) despite being 1/3 of the way to expiration. Still great for those that bought, but not so good as to actually be making a profit.
in terms of business ROI calculations, i'd agree with you.

but if you sell for more money than than you paid, it's generally referred to as a profit. or at least, that's what the tax man would say...
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in terms of business ROI calculations, i'd agree with you.

but if you sell for more money than than you paid, it's generally referred to as a profit. or at least, that's what the tax man would say...
Yep, and the rate of return was certainly better than if you had that same money sitting in a conservative investment as well.
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Yep, and the rate of return was certainly better than if you had that same money sitting in a conservative investment as well.
Maybe if you also looked at it as how much you saved while having the points. Memories you made and still got more or as much as you paid in.....I like those numbers.
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