Property Management

What you can expect:

Because our overhead is low and our approach is hands on — you can expect more service for a competitive price. We do not charge you for every little thing. Almost everything we do is covered in the price. We are not selling a large portfolio of rental properties. If a guest inquires about your home, we will sell them your home. Because of this, you will find that your calendar is full and you will be happy with your income. You will not find anyone more organized or attentive to details than LiveBreck. We will exceed your expectations.

Reservations

  • Timely reply to all rental inquiries and correspondence
  • Assurance that all contracts are signed and filed
  • Keeping up to date VRBO, HomeAway, and other rental calendars
  • Handling security deposits and/or insurance on each rental
  • Checking guests in and out of the home
  • Timely follow up and thank you emails

Rental Management

  • Ensuring that each guest arrives and is satisfied
  • Scheduling of cleaning after each rental
  • Inspecting the home before and after each rental
  • Stocking the home with needed supplies
  • Making sure that trash and recycling are managed

Handling of Funds

  • Credit card and bank account set up
  • Managing accounts receivable/payable
  • Paying of town sales tax and State of Colorado sales tax
  • Issuing of 1099’s for outside contractors
  • Monthly or quarterly payouts to you
  • Management of security deposits
  • Monthly progress reports and P&L statements

Maintenance

  • Managing on-call maintenance
  • Management of preventative maintenance
  • Management of contractors
  • Ensuring that everything in the home is in working order
  • Repairing and replacing items as needed
  • Scheduling and management of cleaning crews
  • Check out inspection after every guest to ensure property is in perfect condition
  • Cleaning inspection after every turnover to ensure that cleaning is up to our standards

Recent Blog Post by One of Our Guests:

Spring Break or Bust!–Breckenridge, CO
by findingmacaroon on April 9, 2015 in My Life, Travel

Breckenridge, CO for Spring Break you say? Why yes! While everybody else is trading in the long underwear for some skivvy swimwear, Husband and I were doing just the opposite. We set aside the flip flops and sunglasses so we could grab our boots and…well, sunglasses…it may be cold but it’s still bloody sunny! It was so great to have the change of pace and decompress from the hustle and bustle of the concrete jungle.

So Breckenridge…well I can’t think of anything I didn’t like about the place…besides the fact that it isn’t closer to us. It’s plethora of Ski/Snowboard runs is endless it seems–The beauty you are surrounded by–How the village feels when arrive for the first time at night with the welcoming warmth of the dim streets accented by the twinkle lights bordering all the cottage like buildings–The easy stroll down the streets on a winters day as snowflakes fall all around you. The ability to be in a location so close to the activity yet far enough to hear the peaceful quiet in the air……..these are a few of my favorite things….”when the dog bites, when the bee stings, when I’m feeling sad….” Breckenridge, you’ve got me breaking into song! (and if you don’t know what song of which I am referring to, then shame on you.)

What I like the most about this atmospheric village is that it isn’t just a one track sort of place. You can really do it all–Snowboard, Ski, Shop, visit the Spa, peruse art galleries, wine taste, coffee shop hop, stuff your face with french pastries, eat the best crepes this side of the Atlantic, get cozy by a fire, eat amazing meals at innovative restaurants, go dog sledding, take a hike with some snow shoes, or just walk around and taste it all. My point here is, that you are not short of options when you visit Breckenridge, and really anybody can be happy in this place. You’d have to be an absolute cynic not to be.

If you do decide to visit this lovely little place check out the home rentals on vrbo.com or airbnb.com The Resorts are lovely too, but there is nothing like having a nice house that you can get comfortable in, especially if you stay long term. I have to highly suggest the place we stayed in, it was just what we needed–great view out the front window, bright light flooding in, 2 bed 2 bath, with the location being just a quick little jaunt from the village so we were able to walk everywhere. Which is a necessity for us. Aaaaaaaand!-it has the classic soaking claw foot tub-done and done!

Check it out at http://www.vrbo.com/403902

The ski/snowboard season is coming to a close here at the end of April, which is unfortunate for you. But that just means you can get a head start on your booking for next season. Lucky for us (not to rub it in) we got in our Breck fix for our Spring Break and are looking forward to our next visit. Maybe this time we’ll see what the summer shenanigans have to offer.

Whether it’s Breckenridge, Mexico, NYC, or even a hotel stay in the next city over, I think we all deserve a little time away to decompress from the heavy weight each day can bring sometimes. So if you haven’t taken some good ole fashion quality “me” time in the last 4 or 5 months……well then, get to book’n, what are you waiting for?!!!! But first, watch a video…