Orlando, Florida (PRWEB) November 26, 2013
The Association of Timeshare Recyclers (ATR), a non-profit corporation established to help rebuild the financial stability of the timeshare industry, has initiated an outreach program for Home Owners Associations (HOA’s) to address issues between legacy resorts and its owners.
The HOA Outreach Program has been designed to help bridge the gap between Legacy Resorts and Legacy Owners. By opening clear lines of communication at these aging properties, the ATR hopes to eliminate any disconnect between the resort and its members, while working towards various solutions to create a win-win scenario for everyone involved.
“The ATR HOA Outreach program represents a collaborative effort to bring great secondary market companies together with HOA’s that need their services. The ATR team of HOA consultants is comprised of individuals often with decades of industry specific experience. The ATR combines the experience of these industry experts with the powerful solutions that ATR member companies offer,” said Heather Guffin, President & CEO, Association of Timeshare Recyclers.
The HOA Outreach Program offers several solutions for HOA’s, including but not limited to:
- Resort Revenue Generation
- Onsite Resale Teams
- Offsite Resale Teams
- Maintenance Fee Absorption Programs
- Member Upgrade Campaigns
- Deed back Solutions
- Developer Match/Investor Buy-in Programs
Through Resort Revenue Generation programs, HOA’s are able to funnel unsold inventory through the many rental and resale distribution channels that the ATR manages. These programs assist HOA’s to recycle foreclosed, surrendered, unsold, or delinquent intervals. Maintenance Fee Absorption Programs are offered on a case-by-case basis where a qualifying HOA may offer a maintenance fee waiver, or discount, for their distressed members.
In today’s timeshare market, existing resorts need to compete with new and exciting features being offered by active sales rooms at modern resort developments. Through ATR’s Member Upgrade programs, resorts can offer beneficial upgrades to current resort owners while delivering new revenue streams for their property. Member upgrade programs help to reengage current members and generate revenue for repairs or amenity upgrades. This is a great option for resorts who need to stop member atrophy and help the resort move in a positive direction again.
For qualified resorts who have an abundance of unsold inventory an option to consider would be to reopen an onsite sales center and the ATR can help here too by matching those resorts with experienced sales and marketing companies. Many times the ATR combines resale efforts with the expertise of experienced property management groups and resort contractors to ensure that revenues created are invested in upgrades that will help the resort compete with newer properties.
For more information on the ATR HOA Outreach Program, visit http://www.timesharerecyclers.com or to speak to a qualified representative about how the ATR can help your resort call 1-888-449-2403 or email info(at)timesharerecyclers(dot)com.
The Association of Timeshare Recyclers
The Association of Timeshare Recyclers (ATR) is a non -profit corporation founded by Heather Guffin who is also the current company President and CEO. The company’s mission is to find, create, and promote exit strategies that work for the industry as a whole. The ATR actively searches for and endeavors to create exit strategies that provide a win-win-win scenario for consumers, active sales rooms, HOAs and timeshare resorts. In order to fulfill the ATR’s mission, it relies upon timeshare resellers, renters, and trade-in companies that work hard every day to recycle timeshares on the secondary market.
The Association of Timeshare Recyclers grows message and brand awareness through regular attendance of timeshare events and conferences while maintaining a constant line of open communication with its key target audience via social media, regularly updated press releases, informative blogs and a bimonthly newsletter.