One of the most frequently asked questions for people researching DVC is, “How many points should I buy?” Andy Berry from DVC Resale Market joins the show to give us the formal DVC guide answers and then we talk with 9 DVC members to see how many points they bought on their first contract.
In the second of a two-part episode, we discuss the counter arguments to buying your DVC Membership directly through Disney. Join Chad, Jake, & DVC Resale Market Agents – Marissa and Derrick as they talk about why buying resale is still a great financial choice, despite the Membership Extras advertised.
You’ve heard why Blue Card Members love going direct; now it’s time to hear why so many people opt out and purchase on the secondary market. Spoiler: it saves you a LOT of money, but that’s not all. Join Chad, Jake, & DVC Resale Market Agents – Marissa and Derek as they discuss why adding resale or just having a virtual white card is still an excellent option for those looking for maximum value.
It’s a classic debate in the DVC community: do you buy direct from Disney or save money and buy from the resale market? We recruited three died in the wool, blue-card-carrying, buy direct from Disney evangelists to share the top 5 reasons why people should consider buying directly from Disney.
DVC Members love their home resorts for a variety of reasons. Chad, Valerie, Brad, and Sandy are back to discuss the three main factors people use when picking their home resort. Some people buy them because they love the resort. Others buy specifically for the 11-month booking window advantage. Yet other members are more influenced by the financial, economic, and deed expiration dates. We believe every resort is unique, and there’s something for everyone to love in DVC. Join the conversation as we discuss these three factors across all of the DVC resorts.
Our new member education series continues in Episode 118. Brad and Chad discuss what makes DVC different from other timeshares. The flexibility of the point system and incredible strong demand to stay on property at Disney. This demand creates a huge resale and rental market.