The popular Disney's Beach Club Villas is up to $165 per point with only 25 years left on the contract.
It will be interesting to see how Disney prices its older DVC resorts as we get closer to January 31, 2042. Beach Club Villas, along with Boardwalk Villas, Boulder Ridge, Vero Beach, and Hilton Head, expires on that date.
Right now, it doesn't look like having an expiration date less than 25 years away is martially impacting demand for those resorts. Perhaps younger DVC members who will only be in their 50s when those resorts expire are hesitant to buy these "2042" resorts. But I think there are still many buyers, including some of the younger owners, who view DVC as a viable commodity if they can get about 10-15 years worth of use out of their ownership.
But at some point in the near future, maybe in the next 5 years or so, more and more buyers will begin to shy away from these 2042 resorts.
When that happens, what does Disney do with its prices for those resorts? Surely, it will have to begin scaling back its price for BCV and the other 2042 resorts. Disney won't be able to price BCV at $165 when there are only 3-4 years left on the life of the deed. We are so use to seeing Disney raise its prices, its hard to imagine that we might see the day that Disney announces yet another price cut on its older resorts.