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
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DVC set an all-time high for the number of buybacks in a single month at DVC Resale Market. What's even more ironic is the prices they were willing to pay for these resorts. https://www.dvcresalemarket.com/blog/dvc-resale-average-sales-prices-for-may-2022/ and https://www.dvcresalemarket.com/blog/dvc-right-of-first-refusal-report-rofr-may-22/. When comparing the two the highest price DVC bought contracts at were significantly above average prices.
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