Jerome Property Management llc
John Povlitz III has over 25 years of property management experience. John, a Licensed Real Estate Broker and a Licensed Community Association Property Manager, is a skilled negotiator with a sharp eye for detail. His "easy to do business with" attitude allows for a comfortable working relationship with property owners and at the same time, he will be certain that your property is well managed to allow you the best possible return on your investment.
Mr. Povlitz is responsible for overseeing the operational leadership for Jerome property management residential, commercial and multi family portfolio. John also has an extensive background in all areas of hotel operations, conversions, renovations and a track record of delivering returns on investments.
Mr. Povlitz has led and managed operations for large and complex portfolios of nationally branded hotels and held numerous key leadership positions in various aspects of hotel operations throughout his career. Mr. Povlitz attended Brevard Community College in Cocoa Beach Florida and the University of Tampa in Tampa Florida where he studied business and accounting. John has a State of Florida CAM (community association manager) license and has attended numerous courses in operations, human resources, risk management, budgeting and revenue management.
Licensed Real Estate Broker
Licensed CAM Property Manager
Michigan Real Estate License
Priddle, Certified Hotel Administrator and Certified Hospitality Technology
Professional, was born and raised in London, UK. Harry studied hospitality
management and Russian Calligraphy at the University of Huddersfield.
Upon graduation he worked for Southern Sun Hotels in the Republic of South
Africa for 3 years where he served as the Convention Services Manager at the
Elangeni Hotel, Durban. The Elangeni Hotel is the largest convention hotel in
In 1986 Harry moved to Central Florida as an Asset Manager for a
hotel investor group where he successfully managed and operated the group's
hotel chain of brands such as Best Western, Travelodge, Quality Inn and Comfort
Inn & Suites.
The move to Atlanta, Georgia in 1995 was to work with
the Diplomat Hotels Corporation which also enabled him to work at the 1996
Olympic Games. Harry was quickly promoted to Vice President overseeing
operations and IT.
Professional memberships include: the Atlanta Hotel Council, Hospitality
Financial and Technology Professionals, National Academy Foundation-Metro
J. Povlitz III