FAQs

  • How is the ownership in the Residence Club evidenced?
    • Title is evidenced by a real estate deed, which is recorded and guaranteed by a title insurance policy. Each member owns an undivided deeded interest (UDI) in one of the private residences and the residence general common elements.

  • What are The Residences at Snowmass Club?
    • The Residences at Snowmass Club is a private, member-owned condominium development comprised of spacious two-, three-, four- and five-bedroom residences. The condominiums are built within the Snowmass Club in Snowmass Village, Colorado.

  • How many undivided deeded interests are sold?
    • Phase I (PRC): A total of seven memberships are sold for each private residence or 1/7th ownership.

      • 14 two-bedroom residences
      • 16 three-bedroom residences
      • 210 total Phase I owners

      Phase II (Sanctuary): A total of eight memberships are sold for each private residence or 1/8th ownership.

      • ONE three-bedroom residence
      • SIX four-bedroom residences
      • TWO five-bedroom residences
      • 72 total Phase II owners
  • Are the Residences a timeshare development?
    • No, Residence owners have access to all residences of their membership type and all Snowmass Club facilities with the right to use them at virtually any time, subject to reservation policies. Ownership is similar to membership in a prestigious equity golf country club, except members reserve lodging rather than tee times.

  • How often can owners/members use their Club?
    • Members can use their Club as often as they wish, subject to reservation policies. Each owner can reserve up to 14 days of planned winter vacations and 14 days of planned summer vacations. After all planned vacation time is reserved, members can reserve additional lodging on a space-available basis. There is no limit to the amount of use. If some owners use the residences less, the other owners will be able to use it more. (The Lodging Reservations Policies and Procedures section provides a detailed explanation of members use privileges).

  • How does an owner reserve lodging?
    • Reservation policies allow members to reserve vacations well in advance while also accommodating last-minute getaway decisions. Owners reserve their winter planned vacations in the summer and their summer planned vacations in the winter. Short-notice getaways can be reserved on a space-available basis. (The Lodging Reservations Policies and Procedures section provides a detailed explanation of member use privileges).

  • Will I always stay in the same Club residence?
    • Reservation policies allow members to reserve vacations well in advance while also accommodating last-minute getaway decisions. Owners reserve their winter planned vacations in the summer and their summer planned vacations in the winter. Short-notice getaways can be reserved on a space-available basis. (The Lodging Reservations Policies and Procedures section provides a detailed explanation of member use privileges).

  • Do owners have guest privileges?
    • Yes. Guests staying in the same residence with a member are not charged. Members may invite unaccompanied guests to use their confirmed planned vacation periods. This unaccompanied guest is treated as the member would be treated, however, the member does not have to be present.

  • Do owners pay annual fees?
    • Yes. The annual owner fees pay for the professional management and operation of Snowmass Club facilities and amenities. Included in these annual fees are funds for staff salaries, supplies, maintenance, window washing, trash removal, legal, refurbishing of facilities, local property taxes, insurance and dues for membership in the Snowmass Club amenities, etc.

  • Do members pay housekeeping charges?
    • Yes. A housekeeping fee will be charged for each visit. The fee includes gratuities for the guest services staff, daily housekeeping and a checkout cleaning. Please see the Financial Information sheet for housekeeping and daily maid service charges.

  • Can owners use the facilities if they're not staying overnight?
    • Yes. Members can use the Snowmass Club facilities and amenities up to ten visits per year and common areas any time when not staying overnight. (The Lodging Reservations Policies and Procedures section provides detailed explanation of member use privileges).

  • Who establishes the dues and controls the affairs of the Club?
    • A member-elected Board of Directors establishes budgets and dues on an annual basis, which the members have the right to veto. There exists an elected Phase I (PRC) Board and a Phase II (Sanctuary) Board.

  • Can a member's interest be resold?
    • Yes. Like any other form of real estate, the member’s undivided deeded interest can be sold or transferred by the member or sold by a licensed real estate agent through the Multiple Listings Service, subject to the governing documents of the project.

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