- Nov 26, 2018
I don't think you are the only one that feels that way. But my point was that there are just two population groups in resale: those buying for home resort priority and those buying with the idea of trading out. If you belong to the former the resale restrictions don't matter too much and if you belong to the latter my point was that DRR would likely be too high of a price (if resale restrictions didn't exist) for that population to consider when AKV/SSR/OKW are selling for much less. It's really a question if a resort of that size can support the former population, I suspect yes but because of the larger resort size it will be a buyers market to a degree depressing prices some but likely not to SSR levelYou are right that DRR MAY have enough popularity on it's own to keep it's price up. But I really what % of owners ONLY book at their homes. I know that when I bought I might have considered that to be OK, but as a owner for 5-years, I would be unlikely to want to buy a resort that I can't ever move from. Now I did buy a small BWV contract for that purpose - but if I add on again, I am unlikely to even consider DRR for resale unless the price is extremely low. I'd rather own at SSR and trade out than be "stuck" at a single location. I can't be the only one that feels that way.
This of course requires the Skyliner to work as intended and run pre and post park hours. I have no reason to suspect the Skyliner won't work well.