The manner in which Disney Vacation Club contracts hold their value is somewhat unique in the timehsare industry. While many timeshares are worth pennies on the dollar when attempting to re-sell, DVC owners have often found they can sell their points for as much or more than they originally paid. Of course, that's only useful if you actually do sell the points--resale value is irrelevant to those who continue using their points year-after-year.
Topic: Thinking back to your original purchase, how important was the perceived resale value? Would you still have bought if DVC didn't hold its value quite as well?