Timeshare Owners Find Maintenance Fee Relief With Resort Management Association

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TORRANCE, CA--(Marketwired - May 8, 2013) - Timeshare owners are finding the absolute elimination of their maintenance fees entirely possible through services provided by Resort Management Association (RMA). RMA and its affiliates have developed their process to assist timeshare owners who for years have been victim of rising maintenance fees and declining services from their timeshare resorts.

The crash of the resale market in the timeshare industry has left thousands of owners who are unable to sell their timeshare and are stuck paying a maintenance fee for a timeshare they no longer use. The consumer advocacy group and service like the one Resort Management Association provides, has filled a void in the market created due to the lack of a re-sale industry. RMA provides a viable, trustworthy solution to eliminate unwanted and unfair timeshare maintenance fees and allows timeshare owners to vacation without the financial obligations of owning a timeshare.

"My maintenance fees became such a burden, I just didn't know what to do," said Kathy Burkwright of Little Rock, AR. "We rarely used the resort anymore and we felt terrible about writing a check every year for something we didn't use. Resort Management Association relieved us of that maintenance fee bill and I couldn't be more grateful!"

Resort Management Association and its affiliates have assisted more than 85,000 timeshare owners to achieve financial freedom by eliminating their maintenance fees. Their unique, proven process is 100% guaranteed in writing. Operating in an industry where there are hundreds of scam companies taking advantage of timeshare owners, RMA's written guarantee is a huge relief.

The RMA timeshare maintenance fee elimination process is unique to every individual timeshare contract. When RMA reviews your contract, they go over stipulations and restrictions from the resorts that in many situations can prevent the owner from selling or transferring the property themselves. Through services from Resort Management Association however, timeshare owners are enlightened about their rights and options that allow them to completely and permanently eliminate their maintenance fees.

For more information about Resort Management Association, please visit them on the web at: http://www.resortmanagementassociation.com

Resort Management Association is a California based corporation. The company is headquartered in Torrance, California and employs over 150 individuals across the nation.

Contact:

Brian Huang
Phone: 310-808-6533

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