As A Buyer, Once You Create An Account And Complete The My Information Page, You May Then Make An Offer On A Contract That Is Currently For Sale On Our Listing Page. An Offer May Be Broken Down Into Several Parts
Your offer will immediately be presented to the seller. The seller will accept, decline or counter your offer. If the buyer and seller agree to the terms, a contract will be sent to each party to sign and return to dvcsales.com. We will then send your contract to both the title company and Disney. Disney has a 30 windows of time to review the contract and decide if they would like to step in (at the previously agreed terms) as the buyer. This process is called ROFR. (right of first refusal). If Disney becomes the buyer, the member receives the exact same price, and the buyer may either choose another contract that is available, or request a refund of their deposit.
We will sent you updates as we progress through the sales process. Typically, it takes 60-75 days to close once buyer and seller have signed the paperwork. The buyer is required to send a !0% deposit (to the title company)within 7 days of signing the contract or it will become void. Instructions for the deposit are on the contract. All checks should be payable to the title company, and their address is included on the contract.
Disney Vacation Club points purchased by resale can be used for accommodations at any of the 13 DVC resorts, as well as for RCI exchanges, Club Cordial and Club Intrawest. Members who purchase on resale, on or after March 21, 2011, are not be eligible to use their DVC points to make reservations for the Disney Cruise, Concierge Collection, the Disney Collection or the Adventurer Collection.