What is a Disney DVC Rental?

What is a Disney DVC Rental?

Walt Disney World Resort and Disneyland Resort are two of the most popular tourist destinations in the United States of America. Many travelers love it so much they choose to return many times or even every year. Disney Vacation Club is the flexible, point based Disney timeshare that allows Members to book Deluxe tier hotel stays each year at a great price. When you do the math, Disney Vacation Club makes Deluxe resorts much more affordable, even with the annual dues. Many of the Disney Vacation Club villas are bigger and more homey with additional in room amenities. Not sure if the Disney Vacation Club villas are for you? There are some ways to explore and figure that out. A Disney DVC rental may be just the thing to book on your next stay. What is a Disney DVC Rental?

What is a Disney DVC Rental?

A Disney DVC rental refers to the opportunity to rent a Member’s Disney Vacation Club points in an organized fashion. Typically this is done through a DVC rental site that connects Members wanting to rent their points out with those looking to stay on points. The renters pay for the points, or reservation, through the DVC rental site usually using a credit card. 

You can also book a Disney Vacation Club room on the Disney website like you do a hotel room. Availability can be limited as the home resort booking advantage really helps Members get the rooms they want. At your home resort you’re able to book eleven months out. Those eligible to book at other Disney Vacation Club properties with their points can do so seven months out.

Each year DVC Members are allotted the amount of points they purchase on their contract. One hundred or one hundred and fifty are pretty common for those who like to vacation a week or so each year. Others who like to stay at Disney hotels for more than one week each year, or in larger accommodations, have bigger contracts or possibly multiple contracts and at different home resorts. There are a lot of options with DVC.

Using a Disney DVC rental to stay at a hotel you’re considering buying DVC at can be really helpful. Getting to stay at a resort is one thing. It’s possible to book at places like Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa and experience the resort and amenities. However, the Disney Vacation Club rooms are located particular places on the property and can have different decor and layouts than regular rooms. It’s also especially helpful at popular DVC resorts like Bay Lake Tower that is a separate building completely from Disney’s Contemporary Resort where it’s located. 

DVC Resale Experts Can Help

If you need help understanding Disney Vacation Club related concepts or picking a home resort, you’re in the right place. DVC Resale Experts is a licensed real estate broker with a team that specializes in resale Disney Vacation Club contracts. Resale basically means you’re buying a contract from a Member instead of from Disney Vacation Club directly. Our blog is filled with helpful information but you can also reach out to someone at DVC Resale Experts directly about buying or selling DVC using the chat feature on our site, email or by phone. It can be incredibly helpful to have someone experienced to consult during the Disney timeshare selling or buying process. Have all of your questions answered by our Experts who are licensed real estate agents but also former Disney Vacation Club Guides. See our resale DVC listings for a look at what’s currently available on the market. Don’t see what you’re wishing for? You can join the DVC Resale Buyer Wish List to be contacted when a contract that’s the perfect fit arrives on the market.

Talk to UsFor more information on Disney Vacation Club, its resorts, and the magical vacations you can have at great value by becoming a member through DVC resale, feel free to talk to any of our friendly professionals with DVC Resale Experts at (844) 382-3267 or email us at Info@DVCResaleExperts.com.
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Nicole is a native Floridian who attended the University of Central Florida and decided to call the land of theme parks home. She’s been sharing magical tips, tricks and Orlando travel and tourism favorites online for over a decade.

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