ROFR Monster Hibernates – December 2022 Market Recap

ROFR Monster Hibernates – December 2022 Market Recap

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ROFR Monster Hibernates - December 2022 Market Recap
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ROFR Monster Hibernates – Resale Prices Return to 2021 Levels – Inventory is Up!

Market Recap & General Disney Price Increases

Market Recap & General Disney Price Increases

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Market Recap & General Disney Price Increases
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Andy Berry joins the show to discuss our monthly recap items: ROFR, Average Prices and inventory. Additionally, we discuss the rising costs of a Disney vacation. Episode 219

Recapping the Resale Market Q3 2022 Update

Recapping the Resale Market Q3 2022 Update

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Recapping the Resale Market Q3 2022 Update
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Jodi Gross from DVC Resale Market joins the show to discuss our quarterly recap of resale prices, inventory, and the Right of First Refusal.  While the overall market is slightly down from when it peaked in November 2021 to February 2022, month over month, the unweighted prices were up $8 across all the resorts.  If the market is cooling down, it’s not by much as prices are relatively stable and steady. Episode 216

Highest Month Ever for ROFR and Average Prices Drop $6 a Point

Highest Month Ever for ROFR and Average Prices Drop $6 a Point

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April 2022 set a new record high for the number of contracts Disney Vacation Club bought back through the Right of First Refusal process. The ROFR monster was set free and gobbled up 41.61% of the contracts sold in April. Average sales prices saw a decrease of about 3.1% or $6 per point on average. Numerous sellers also offered free closing costs. Episode 208

April 2022 Slowly Leaning Toward a Buyer’s Market

April 2022 Slowly Leaning Toward a Buyer’s Market

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April 2022 Slowly Leaning Toward a Buyer's Market
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Jodi Gross from DVC Resale Market joins the show for our monthly recap show covering April 2022. We’ve started a slow shift towards a buyer’s market. Prices have started to soften and motivated sellers are starting to pay for closing costs. Disney bought back significantly fewer contracts in April than in previous months. Inventory dropped slightly from last month’s recording time. All of this has us keeping an eye on the market as we start to see a shift towards becoming a buyer’s market. Episode 204

March 2022 Recap: ROFR at All-Time High, Sales Up, Market May Be Cooling

March 2022 Recap: ROFR at All-Time High, Sales Up, Market May Be Cooling

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March 2022 Recap: ROFR at All-Time High, Sales Up, Market May Be Cooling
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