Every Disney Vacation Club (DVC) resort has a deed expiration date that is 50 years from that resort’s construction date. Below is a helpful table for you to know the deed expiration date for each DVC resort. One exception you’ll see is Old Key West, which was DVC’s original resort, built in 1991, however featuring two expiration dates of either 2042 or 2057. In 2007, Disney Vacation Club gave members at Old Key West the opportunity to extend their deed for an additional 15 years for the price of $15 per point, which later increased to $25 per point.
* All Deeds Expire on Jan. 31st of respected year
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