DVC Contract End Dates for All DVC Resorts

By Justin Zouhari

About DVC Contracts

Did you know, DVC is technically a “leasehold” contract? Meaning, all DVC contracts have an end date or an expiration.

Whether you are a new buyer or an owner looking to add more DVC points to their contracts here is what you need to know about DVC Contracts!

Whether you buy directly from Disney or resale, every contract at each resort will have the same expiration year.

When Do DVC Points Expire?

DVC Contract End Dates

Its very important to consider when buying Disney Vacation Club points because you will want to make sure it fits in with your travel plans for the future.

A leasehold property is when a developer leases a piece of land for a certain number of years.

Why Do DVC Contracts Expire?

How Long Are DVC Contracts? What if I Buy Resale?

These contracts may last 50 years or more, but they remain the same for all owners of the particular resort.

DVC will offer owners to extend their contracts. If DVC does not offer owners to extend, DVC simply takes back the units sold.

What Happens When a DVC Contract Expires?

Buy a DVC Timeshare for Less

When you buy a timeshare on the resale market you can save a substantial amount of money. 

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