One 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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