MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. (September 24, 2013) — Atlantic Terrace Condominiums, of Daytona Beach Shores, FL recently selected SPM Resorts, a professional timeshare resort management company, to manage their 22-unit resort.
Atlantic Terrace Condominiums was built in 1986 and features spacious 1,500 square foot units equipped with washers/dryers, kitchens, and living areas. All units feature an oceanfront or an ocean view balcony, 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. The property has a pool and direct beach access.
“Atlantic Terrace Condominiums is pleased SPM Resorts is managing our property,” said board President, Pat Adams. “Their 30+ years of experience in successful timeshare property management combined with the knowledgeable and professional staff on the transition team make us feel confident our resort is poised for success.”
SPM Resorts’ president and CEO, Bill Young, noted, “Our team began managing Atlantic Terrace Condominiums on September 1, and we have enjoyed working with the staff and board of directors during the transition. We are impressed with the resort’s amenities and units, and are looking forward to building a plan for the resort’s continued success with the board.”
About SPM Resorts:
SPM Resorts, Inc., a full-service professional timeshare resort management company, manages 34 homeowner’s associations serving more than 100,000 timeshare owners. Since 1979, the SPM team has offered professional management services to timeshare resorts, hotels, restaurants, marinas and other resort properties. SPM is dedicated to ensuring a positive vacation experience for guests and owners. SPM Resorts’ complete management portfolio includes financial and accounting services, rentals, resales and communications for owners and boards of directors. In addition, SPM’s management team is frequently called upon by banks and investment groups to assist with workouts and turnaround situations. For more information, contact SPM Resorts at 843-238-5000 or visit www.spmresorts.com.
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