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OPMA Announces New Board of Directors Chairman

The Onsite Property Management Association (OPMA) is pleased to announce that Carlton Grant, previous OPMA Chairman-Elect, has been appointed Chairman of the OPMA Board of Directors, replacing Robin Graf who resigned to pursue new opportunities that are in-line with his passions and experience. Carlton Grant was voted OPMA’s Chairman-Elect in November 2018 and is the [...]

2019-10-07T16:04:18+00:00October 7th, 2019|Announcements, Press Releases|

New OPMA Headquarters & Management Team

The Onsite Property Management Association (OPMA) Board of Directors recently approved a change in operations that will shift the management of the association towards a new model. After a long search process, the Board selected Talley Management Group, Inc. to become the association management company (AMC) of OPMA. An AMC is a company that specializes [...]

2018-11-09T15:25:34+00:00October 16th, 2018|Announcements, News, Press, Press Releases|

Onsite Property Management Association (OPMA) Appoints New Chairman of the Board

Panama City Beach, Fla. (November 29, 2016) ­— The Onsite Property Management Association (OPMA) appointed a new Chairman of the Board last week at their Fall Executive Summit in Destin, Florida. Brent Howie, President of Provident Management Corporation, accepted the nomination as Chairman from Paul Wohlford, Vice President of Resort Collection and Past Chairman of OPMA.   Howie expressed his [...]

2016-12-07T19:50:57+00:00December 7th, 2016|Announcements, Press Releases|

Bargains Come at a Risk

Tracey Heffernan of Yahoo presents the risks travelers expose themselves to when using online marketplaces such as VRBO to book their accommodations: "This do-it-yourself approach has put dozens of properties in one location, often at a steal of a rate, but some travelers have also realized that such bargains come at a risk. Without professional [...]

2013-12-20T17:34:05+00:00December 20th, 2013|News, Tips|

67% of Guests Prefer OPM’s reports "The vacation rental business lends itself to Do-It-Yourself types: we do our own marketing, we fix our own leaks, we handle our own accounting. But this self-sufficient mentality stands out to me as both our strongest asset and our greatest downfall." Read the full story HERE.

2013-10-17T13:23:17+00:00October 17th, 2013|News, Tips|
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