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DVCNews Debates: RTU Good or Bad

DVCNews DebatesOne of the more unique aspects of Disney Vacation Club ownership is the pre-defined "Right-To-Use" dates.  Most timeshares feature an unlmited ownership duration, with buyers able to keep their purchase in the family for generations to come.  DVC is one of the few with a stated end date on which the contract ends and ownership reverts back to Disney.  

Some consider the RTU aspect to be a detriment since all DVC purchases will eventually be valueless...null and void.  Others view the RTU as a benefit since it eliminates the financial burden from relatives; children and grandchildren are not obligated to pay for upkeep on a decades-old piece of property.  


 Topic: Do you regard the end date of the DVC contract as a good thing or a bad thing?

 

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DVCNews Debates: Renovation Tolerance

DVCNews DebatesNews continues to circulate regarding the extent of the renovations occurring at Disney's Polynesian Resort.  Over the next 12-18 months, various resort amenities will be closed for extended periods or dramatically altered.  Included are the resort lobby, guest rooms, main pool. dining facilties, child care center, beaches and more.  

This work raises the question of how willing guests are to tolerate renovations during their resort stays.  Updates to pools, dining and even guest rooms are quite frequent for a vacation destination which operates 24 / 7 / 365.  Does resort construction work prompt a change in destination?  Change in travel dates?  No changes at all?


Topic: How do you cope with refurbishments at your preferred Disney resort?
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