Spring is almost here and we’re back with another DVC average resale price series update! This time we’re taking a look at the DVC average resale price February 2023 presented overall and at each Disney Vacation Club home resort individually during this time. These numbers are based on DVC Resale Experts’ own sales and resale price data during the time period. For all resorts combined, the overall DVC average resale price for February 2023 was around $125 per point in price. This is just below the month prior with an average resale price of $127 in January of 2023.
Fluctuations throughout the year and month to month are normal. The DVC average resale per point price also depends on which individual properties were sold during the time period and the amount of points on each of those contracts. The fifteen different home resorts can vary greatly in per point prices. Read on for all the details in this DVC average resale price February 2023 edition of our monthly update series. You can also see the bigger picture in our DVC average resale price 2022 overview.
A NOTE ABOUT DVC RESALE PRICES
The DVC average resale price February 2023 lineup shows a drop in a few home resort’s per point prices, similar to the month prior. It’s still a buyer’s market and has been for quite some time. Because of this, it’s normal to expect to see prices lower in some cases. Side note, it’s a great time to buy DVC resale! Over time, we see prices fluctuate from month to month but continue to rise overall.
DVC resale prices differ based on a variety of factors like the home resort and the amount of points on the contract. The amount of points available on any single contract will play a role in determining the value as well. It’s good to note that contracts with more points typically sell for a little less per point, while smaller contracts may be priced a bit higher per point.
DVC Average Resale Price Per Point February 2023
- Disney’s Animal Kingdom Villas $117
- Aulani, Disney Vacation Club Villas $110
- Disney’s BoardWalk Villas $129
- The Villas at Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel $221
- The Villas at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort $162
- Disney’s Hilton Head Island Resort $59
- Disney’s Polynesian Villas & Bungalows $155
- Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort $106
- Disney’s Vero Beach Resort $68
DVC Average Resale Price February 2023 Breakdown
Resorts not included because they did not have any contracts sold in the time period are: Bay Lake Tower at Disney’s Contemporary Resort, Disney’s Beach Club Villas, Boulder Ridge Villas at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge, Copper Creek Villas & Cabins at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge, Disney’s Old Key West Resort and Disney’s Riviera Resort.
As we go over the DVC average resale price February 2023 numbers, remember the particular contracts sold and their individual point values play a significant role in our data.
Resale vs Direct Prices February 2023
The following chart shows the DVC average resale price for each home resort for February 2023 compared to the direct Disney Vacation Club prices. You will see the resale DVC savings per point is significant in many cases. Remember, these are average resale prices and individual contracts may be more or less per point.
You may also notice the direct Disney Vacation Club prices are different than you remember. These change throughout the year, usually without notice. Disney only offers clear pricing on home resorts they are actively selling. At this time that’s Aulani, Disney Vacation Club Villas, The Villas at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort and Disney’s Riviera Resort and all at $217 per point. The other resorts, referred to as sold out resorts, are sold based on availability and prices are shared based on individual inquiry. These are the latest direct Disney Vacation Club prices at the time this post was written. You may notice the Grand Floridian went down in direct price. That’s because it’s being actively sold again as of the summer 2022 expansion and Disney adjusted the price accordingly.
|Resort||Resale average price February 2023||Direct price early 2023||Resale DVC savings per point|
|Disney’s Animal Kingdom Villas||$117||$210||$93|
|Aulani, Disney Vacation Club Villas||$110||$217||$107|
|Bay Lake Tower at Disney’s Contemporary Resort||n/a||$275||n/a|
|Disney’s Beach Club Villas||n/a||$275||n/a|
|Disney’s BoardWalk Villas||$129||$240||$111|
|Boulder Ridge Villas at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge||n/a||$215||n/a|
|Copper Creek Villas & Cabins at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge||n/a||$250||n/a|
|The Villas at Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel||$221||$320||$99|
|The Villas at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort||$162||$217||$55|
|Disney’s Hilton Head Island Resort||$59||$165||$106|
|Disney’s Old Key West Resort||n/a||$205||n/a|
|Disney’s Polynesian Villas & Bungalows||$155||$250||$95|
|Disney’s Riviera Resort||n/a||$217||n/a|
|Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort||$106||$205||$99|
|Disney’s Vero Beach Resort||$68||$150||$82|
While enchanting in their own way, resorts outside of the most popular Disney Destinations usually have lower per point prices. We see this reflected in the charming seaside Disney’s Vero Beach Resort. When per point prices vary greatly at the same resort, it’s often because of the number of points on a contract. Also, it’s good to know some resorts like, Disney’s Old Key West Resort, may have one of two different deed expirations. This may cause a difference in per point prices as well but typically not as much as one might think.
DVC Average Resale Prices Vs Booking Rooms
After a quick search, the price of a pool or marina view room alone at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort in mid July of 2023 would cost about $5650. Annual hotel room costs this high really add up and, over time, could pay for an entire resale DVC contract instead.
A 150 point resale contract at this resort was listed at $24,300 earlier this year. This particular contract was even a little higher per point than some others at $162. The DVC average resale price for the Polynesian more recently in February of 2023 is even lower at around $155 per point.
At these prices, and not including annual dues, five years at the room rental rate mentioned above could more than buy a DVC contract outright that would allow for weeklong stays for decades instead. The difference is, as of 2023, there are more than 40 years left on Polynesian DVC contracts. That means you could vacation for five years renting a room or for more than 40 years plus annual dues.
At the current annual dues rate of $7.95 per point at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort, a Member with 150 points would pay $1192.50 each year. This number can go up nominally each year but doesn’t compare to how much hotel room rates can rise.
Timing And Buying DVC Resale
If you are trying to decide if it’s a good time to buy DVC resale, consider the following. Those who visit Disney every year are already putting quite a bit of money into resort hotel stays. Even at the best rates, Disney hotels can cost thousands for a typical, weeklong resort stay. What you may spend on your upcoming Disney resort hotel stay could be a hearty resale DVC down payment or purchase a small contract entirely. If you’ve decided DVC is right for you and you’re researching if prices will come down, know it’s probably best to act sooner than later. Especially if you’re already staying at Deluxe tier resorts every year. We mostly see resale prices go up over time. Though prices go up and down, there isn’t a reliable time period we can count on consistently for the best prices each year. Early in the year happened to have a lower overall DVC average resale per point price in 2022 and 2023. We’ll see if this is a continued trend or coincidence.
Timing When Selling DVC Resale
Additionally, the same goes with considering timing when it comes to those who want to sell DVC. Yes, we see DVC average resale prices staying strong over time and going up in many cases. However, if you know you are ready to sell, waiting may not be the best option. If you have a large contract especially, your annual dues can be quite a bit. This cost is totally worth it when you have a DVC contract you’re enjoying and loving. If you are wanting to sell though, this might be an unwanted cost. Yes, resale prices can go up over time but if the annual growth is less than annual dues you’re paying, you won’t come out ahead by waiting.
For more DVC resale price history information, check back next month or peruse our blog. You can also see a bigger picture by taking a look at our annual DVC average resale price 2022 post. Note, prices in this series don’t always perfectly align with our Disney ROFR DVC stats posts. This is because contracts usually take more than thirty days to close and details may be accounted for in different monthly updates.
DVC Resale Experts Can Help With DVC Average Resale Prices
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