How I work with Home Buyers 

 Finding Buyers Great Vail/Beaver Creek Property 

If the property is a short-term rental such as a downtown Vail or Beaver Creek condominium we cannot get in without the permission of the guest. Sometimes it takes as much as a day to reach that tenant and occasionally we have a hostile tenant who will not allow the property to be shown while they are in Vail/Beaver Creek. This doesn’t happen very often but sometimes it precludes us from seeing a property which may be important for your consideration while you are here. 

The downtown properties that are short-term rentals (meaning by the night), as a general rule, can only be shown between 10:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. during the ski season. This causes a conflict between us and the guest because during ski season, since many of our buyers would like to look at real estate after skiing. It is impossible to get in at that time because of the management company and the hostility of the guests who don’t want to be disturbed when they are just down from the mountain, relaxing, having a drink, showering, sitting around in their long underwear, etc. 

This means that if you are serious about seeing downtown, short-term rental properties during the ski season, you will have to make yourself available to me for showings between 10:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m.

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