Does your resort suffer from operating deficits, a declining owner base, badly needed updates, or deferred maintenance? If so, this town hall is for you. Register now for an informative town hall that will explore future planning and avenues to creatively reimagine your resort and its future. Topics will range from long-term planning, managing sunsetting resorts, board member fiduciary responsibilities, impactful legislation, and more.Join The Conversation
Senior Vice President - Real Estate Redevelopment at Lemonjuice Solutions
COO & EVP - Lemonjuice Solutions
CPA & Developer & Consultant
Partner at BakerHostetler Law Firm
Many timeshare boards and managers have spent a substantial amount of effort and time over the years seeking ways to keep their resorts operating efficiently, effectively, and to keep their owners happy and traveling. Most of these boards and managers have done an excellent job over the many, many years successfully managing and overseeing the management of their resorts in competitive destination markets. Boards are tiring though after many, many years of service to their associations. As tightening economic pressures increase, many aging resorts are facing budget shortfalls and lack the financial resources to remain competitive and are seeking new solutions.
With the last few years proving to be even more trying from the impact from aging owner bases, deferred maintenance, and the ever-changing vacation desires of today’s leisure traveler, these challenges are extremely perplexing. Boards and managers alike struggling to overcome trials that are typical with aging timeshare resorts. Now with inflationary conditions worsening, supply chain issues, and a tightening labor market, resort boards and managers need new solutions that fit their resort’s unique circumstances.Join The Conversation