Jodi Gross from DVC Resale Market joins the show to provide a market update for July 2020. Resale prices rose almost across the board, and the average price is back up to the same point as last year. The market is leaning towards a slight seller’s market. While Disney did not exercise their Right of First Refusal in July; however, before we could edit the episode, Disney started a buying spree.
Andy Berry is back to provide a monthly recap for June 2020. For the third month in a row, DVC Resale Market had zero contracts bought back through Disney’s Right of First Refusal (ROFR). Andy commented that DVC is taking longer than usual to waive their rights. Chad thought it was incredibly ironic that DVC is taking up to 50 days to say we’re not buying it back and we haven’t bought anything back in the last 90 days.
Derek DeBoers joins the show to provide an update on the DVC Resale Market. Disney did not buy back a single contract in May 2020. Prices are slightly down from last summer buy on their way back up as inventory has been shrinking at an alarming rate. It’s become a seller’s market again.
Jodi Gross from DVC Resale Market joins the show to provide an update on April 2020’s sales results. The DVC Resale Market team sold 290 contracts, received 130 new listings, and saw zero contracts purchased through Right of First Refusal. This sets the stage for a very interesting month in the resale market!
Humberto Santos from DVC Resale Market and listener Roxanne joins the show to cover the Average Sales Prices, Right of First Refusal Report and Inventory Analysis. Roxanne just purchased her second contract through DVC Resale Market and we get a glimpse into what buyers are thinking about the current market.