Winter comes by storm in Aspen, Colorado. Before you know it, the first frost has turned into feet of snow. This makes winter home maintenance and preparation imperative. Below are some of the items Stirling Management performs as part of their property management services – and things you can do for your own property.
Often people perceive rental and property management services to be one and the same. This is a common misconception. So what is the difference between an exclusive rental agent and a property manager? Property management can be contracted for both rental and non rental properties.
Spring has arrived in the Roaring Fork Valley. In addition to hiking and biking, the longer days and warmer weather brings a wide variety of tasks for spring property maintenance. Here’s a list of spring maintenance suggestions:
This time of year in Aspen bear break-ins are common. I have personally addressed the aftermath of a few. Bears can be rather aggressive and they become fixated on finding food. Precautions should be taken to avoid potential break-ins.
We added two team members to the Stirling Management family – Laura Edgar as Operations Manager and Konstantin Nesvat as Field Manager. They have been instrumental in sustaining, and even improving, our impeccable quality of service. This is essential as our client base and their unique needs grow and evolve.
Winter is on the horizon here in the Rocky Mountains. With temps dropping below freezing at night its important to get your Aspen home ready for winter now. Here are a few tips to help you prepare.