Lead problem solved at Idaho ski resort

The water crisis in Flint, MI, several years ago led water systems in many parts of the U.S. to test their water for lead contamination. One such test turned up a lead problem at Tamarack Resort, a half-built ski-resort community 95 miles north of Boise, ID. Tamarack Resort began construction in 2003 and opened in […]


TBMA Phoenix 2018 Conference

Timeshare HOA Board Members and Onsite Resort Managers – You’re invited to join your colleagues at the TBMA Phoenix 2018 Conference, Nov 11-13, 2018 in Phoenix, Arizona. Click to>>RSVP Now! Join us for an intensive 3-day event with a leading-edge agenda covering new ground in the complex timeshare landscape.   RSVP and make plans to attend; you […]


Preventing hospitality fraud

Hotels and timeshare resorts share a common problem — preventing fraudsters from using digital technologies to access and raid legitimate customer accounts. The very features that make digital reservations, check-in, and room access so appealing and convenient to Millennials and other early adopters make them fraud-prone if not accompanied by the proper controls and protections. […]


Manage your resort’s digital footprint

  Think of your resort’s website as a “dating site,” urged Gary Prado, RedWeek‘s vice president-business development. To be effective, it must have up-to-date technology and fresh information, including inventory available and bookable in real time. Everything should be searchable. Search engines can’t read pdfs (portable document files), so don’t use them. To improve your […]


Tax cuts and owners’ associations

By Lena Combs In December of 2017, the President signed into law the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, which provided sweeping tax changes for the first time in 30 years. In more than 500 pages, the legislation contains numerous changes, some perceived as favorable and some unfavorable. In all of those pages, however, very little […]