Central Florida (June 19, 2012) — The rising rate of HOA annual maintenance fee delinquencies is discussed by collection agency expert David Combs in “Aspen Bulletin #4.” In a series of bulletins, collection professionals Combs and Buzz Waloch, each of Aspen National Collections, have been sharing advice and tips to help timeshare resorts maintain the performance of their portfolio of installment receivables and/or annual maintenance fees. Aspen is the premier collection agency of the timeshare, or shared ownership, industry with resort clients located throughout the U.S., Canada and Mexico.
Combs was moved to provide helpful tips that resorts could implement immediately, after attending a recent gathering of timeshare homeowners and HOA board members. The group identified the rising delinquency rate of annual maintenance fees to be their principle concern and a cause of great distress. Among the topics Combs addresses is the proliferation of transfer companies (also known as relief or postcard companies). He provides some valuable advice on how Boards and managers can better communicate with timeshare owners and suggests ways to help improve their resorts’ collections. This and Aspen’s prior bulletins are available free of charge by visiting their web site at AspenNational.com and clicking on the box labeled “Aspen Bulletins.”
About Aspen National Collections
Aspen National Collections is a national agency with specialized expertise in consumer debt collections for companies involved in timeshare or vacation ownership resorts. Professional collectors are carefully trained in reminding owners/members of the value of their vacation purchase. They are skilled at performing their work in a firm, assertive manner, while adhering to Aspen National’s commitment to high ethical standards. Aspen customizes collection programs to fit the resort’s needs and prides itself on working every account to the fullest. For more information, contact Buzz Waloch at 1-888-855-5333, (760) 840-9678, email@example.com or David Combs at 1-800-283-2797, 1-970-250-6592, firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit AspenNational.com and click on the box labeled “Aspen Bulletins.”
Sharon Drechsler-Scott, RRP
SharonINK PR & Marketing