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Old 10-05-2013, 03:29 PM   #16
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There are tons of contracts out there. You should have no trouble getting something close to what you want.
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Old 10-05-2013, 04:13 PM   #17
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yes i hope, but i think i gonna stick to the Timeshare Store or if anyone has an other good brooker ?
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Old 10-05-2013, 05:59 PM   #18
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yes i hope, but i think i gonna stick to the Timeshare Store or if anyone has an other good brooker ?
If you are looking for "good" service, the Timeshare Store is considered one of the best.

The Timeshare Store also is possibly the most expensive DVC reseller.

What are you looking for in a "good" broker?
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Old 10-05-2013, 06:07 PM   #19
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If you are looking for "good" service, the Timeshare Store is considered one of the best.

The Timeshare Store also is possibly the most expensive DVC reseller.

What are you looking for in a "good" broker?
Why are they the most expensive?
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Old 10-05-2013, 06:52 PM   #20
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Why are they the most expensive?
Because they are the oldest and the most well-known, and they move the most properties. They tend to realize, on average, higher than average sale prices. But I don't actually think they're that much higher than the others, with the exception of Fidelity. Fidelity has a contract to be Disney's recommended agent, which means they get a bunch of motivated sellers who really want to get out of their contract now now now, and are often willing to take a lower offer in order to sell quickly.

I don't see any evidence in the deeds that the other sellers tend to be lower than The Timeshare Store overall. One thing, though, is that looking at the deeds you can't see who the broker is; you can only see the title company. Most of the brokers have a preferred title company they like to work with, so it's an imperfect way of getting stats on brokers.

All that said, these days Magic Vacation Title, which is The Timeshare Store's preferred title company, records around 50% of the total DVC deeds. Most of the rest are recorded by Timeshare Title and More, who does titling work for several other brokers. The third is First American Title, who are Fidelity's preferred company. There are always a dozen or so filed by miscellaneous out-of-state companies, local lawyers, etc.
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Old 10-05-2013, 06:59 PM   #21
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When I asked why they were the most expensive I actually meant this.....looking at the major resale places, I don't see that the timeshare is more expensive....they all seem pretty competitive. ( not including Fidelity). So, are they selling their timeshares at a higher price than another company with the same type contract? Or are they listing that much higher than the recorded sale?
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looking at the major resale places, I don't see that the timeshare is more expensive....they all seem pretty competitive. ( not including Fidelity).
I think you're right. I don't think the others are much different. They all move enough contracts to get a decent read on the market. But the Timeshare Store moves the most, because they've been around longer, they have more word of mouth, they advertise on the DIS, which gets a lot of traffic, etc.

If I was selling, I'd use The Timeshare Store. Though I don't think there's anything wrong with the others, and my guess is that you'd get just as good a deal through the other large brokers.
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i find an another 100 points at 88$/points AKL use year August but no point in 2013 and only 7 in 2014

what would you offer for this one ?
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i find an another 100 points at 88$/points AKL use year August but no point in 2013 and only 7 in 2014 what would you offer for this one ?
I would say $ 70 or less. Since you have at least a year to find a contract with points. You can't begin using it until august 2015 without borrowing.

But I guess someone will place a higher bid!
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Old 10-07-2013, 09:39 AM   #25
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I tried 70$ but the seller declined with no other offer
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Then hold out for a contract with current points!
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Old 10-07-2013, 11:08 AM   #27
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If you get the points for 2014, then you pay the fees for 2014
I just want to point out that UY does factor in to this. For a Dec UY they actually would be paying for 11 months of 2013 points and 1 month of 2014 in January of 2014. If a person were buying direct from Disney and would be getting the same first points in Dec 2014 then they would only pay one prorated month of dues once Dec 2014 rolled around. They would need to be receiving all 2013 points in order to be responsible to pay the full years worth of dues in January 2014. It should be the same for resale although most brokers do not acknowledge this.
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I think what I am trying to say is you shouldn't have to pay for maintenance fees for a year if the points are stripped.
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I think what I am trying to say is you shouldn't have to pay for maintenance fees for a year if the points are stripped.
It sounded like you said that if there are 2014 points then you should pay the MF's on that but that is where the person would likely be over paying depending on the UY - and definitely in the case of a Dec UY. I just wanted to clarify that. If it were a Feb UY then it's not enough to really quibble about.
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Old 10-07-2013, 12:25 PM   #30
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I listed a contract that is a December use year and only has 1/2 the points for 2013, and I tried to explain to my husband that someone would want compensation for the points and would expect us to pay for the rest of this year for the maintenance fees. He doesn't get it, but I do. He said that's why we listed lower than others.....but I think some compensation is in order.
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