One of the wonderful things about living in Mammoth Lakes and the surrounding area are all of the special events that take place during the winter months. There are several such events currently scheduled to take place at Mammoth Mountain Ski Resort in the coming weeks. You may want to attend at least one of them with your loved ones:
The Mammoth Mountain Ski Resort’s village is slated to be the location of Holiday Celebrations, the Night of Lights, Woolly’s Saturday Parade and a New Year’s Eve Celebration Weekend in December 2013. We should also mention that Woolly’s Saturday Parade is slated to continue through April. It’s a great event for the kids especially since Santa is expected to be at the parade site too.
In January 2014, the ski resort is anticipated to keep the festivities going with a MLK Jr. and U.S. Sprint Grand Prix Weekend. Both are presently expected to run from Thursday, January 17th through Sunday, January 19th. As an avid snowboarder, I am personally excited about the U.S. Sprint Grand Prix. For those unfamiliar with it, the event features snowboarding and skiing professionals who have their eyes on participating in the Winter Olympics in Sochi.
Some of the fearless female snowboarders expected to compete this year are Elena Hight, Gretchen Bleiler, Ellery Hollingsworth, Maddy Schaffrick and Kelly Clark. Of course male snowboarders will be competing as well. Among those to look for are Louie Vito, Scotty Lago, Matt Ladley, Luke Mitrani and Greg Bretz.
People interested in attending the ultra popular, historic event this year should make their plans now. We happen to know of properties...
Real estate includes a wide variety of commercial, residential and industrial property. Mammoth real estate presents you with the chance of buying, selling or renting property of your choice.
There are wide varieties of different types of property available in Mammoth and you need to make sure that you contact a real estate company or agent to provide you with assistance as you look for the property that you want. These agents are highly trained and have vast experience of working in the real estate industry and know the current market trends in this industry.
When looking for property, the real estate companies provide their clients with property listings from which they can select the type of property that they want. Buyers have the chance of choosing the property that suits their lifestyle, budget and needs. Sellers have the chance of getting qualified buyers and tenants for their commercial and residential properties. It is important for you, as a buyer or a seller, to make sure that a reliable team is handling all your selling and buying transactions. This is so because real estate companies focus on the success of their customers in any real estate transaction, which ensures that they meet your specific needs.
Maggie Larson, Broker, Associate can make sure that you receive individualized customer service, which presents you with the chance of getting the best from Mammoth real estate. She insures that you are advised accordingly on different properties to ensure that you make the right choice and decisions. Different properties need different types of approaches when it comes to the processes of buying and selling. Understanding the real estate industry...
When you were a child, did you long to ice skate like Dorothy Hamill or Scott Hamilton? If so, you may want to spend the day in Mammoth Lakes.
The Eastern Sierra Mountains are home to a wonderful outdoor ice skating rink~
You may want to think about starting your family’s outing at Toomey’s Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner. Located in the village on Minaret Road, it opens daily at 7 a.m. They serve such great dishes as coconut mascarpone pancakes, egg sandwiches, fruit laden oatmeal and island-style French toast. The beverages are also flavorful and hot.
From there, bundle up and head on over to the outdoor Mammoth Ice Rink. Located on Sierra Park Road, it typically opens during the winter months at 9 a.m. and closes in the late evening. However, public skating hours do vary based on the weather and special events. So it’s best to call ahead.
Once there, you’ll be able to rent pairs of skates or have the rink’s crew sharpen your own for a modest fee. Ice skating lessons and light refreshments are available onsite too. Because it is such a well-maintained ice skating rink, we’d suggest planning on spending several hours enjoying the facilities with your family.
When you are finished ice skating, consider stopping by the Mammoth Lakes Library. It’s located next door and tends to open around 10 a.m. Special programs are offered throughout the year. So depending on the schedule, you may get to enjoy one while you are there.
In addition, you could check-out a few ice skating books to read with the kids. Books that the kids may enjoy are Andrew Breakspeare’s Skating with Bears and Rachel Isadora’s Sophie Skates. Both are geared towards young children and listed in the Mono County Free Library’s card...
Aspiring athletes looking to live the winter sports dream should contemplate adding Mammoth Mountain Ski Resort onto their list of top places to visit.
Considered to have the highest elevation in the Golden State, it’s a great place to fine tune one’s skills and gain exposure.
On most mornings, skiers and snowboarders alike can borrow video equipment from one of the resort’s onsite, OutRide Cutting Room locations. Then hit the 150+ trails or Unbound Terrain Parks for a day of filming and ripping up powder. Afterward, the videos may be polished up using the facilities’ Mac work stations and posted online.
Speaking of trails and parks, don’t be fooled into thinking that Mammoth Mountain Ski Resort is just for beginners. Sure, it has plenty of beginners’ trails and spots for the kids to discover what it’s like to stand up on skis. However, it also has great terrain for intermediate, advanced and expert winter sports fans. Some of which is sure to test even the most stalwart athlete’s mettle.
Up and coming stars that want to perfect their winter sports skills even further may appreciate Mammoth Mountain Ski Resort’s other amenities as well. They include private lessons with renowned instructors, group development programs, camps, workshops and pro sports’ quality training areas. Collectively, the training areas include access to Olympic size half-pipes, athlete focused sports massages, personal trainers and modern fitness equipment.
Of course living the winter sports dream requires more than just access to top-notch facilities. It also requires a chance to compete. The good news is Mammoth Mountain Ski Resort offers plenty of those as well. For example, FIS World Cup hopefuls can...
Your Eastern Sierra property is a treasure, a place where you can escape and enjoy all your favorite hobbies in a beautiful, natural setting.
When you decide to rent out your property, whether residential or commercial, you need to know that your investment is being taken care of properly.
Maggie Larson, owner and broker of Sierra Resort Property Management has years of history in Eastern Sierra rentals and property management services. Sierra Resort Property Management is the leader in helping Mammoth Lakes and Eastern Sierra homeowners reach their potential property investment goals.
Maggie’s extensive knowledge of all the areas developments and neighborhoods can help you find the perfect tenant for your property. For property owners, Sierra Resort Property Management is Mammoth's and the Eastern Sierra long-term rental company which represents residential properties to fit everyone's needs. Acting as the middleman between owner and tenants, Sierra Resort Property Management works hard so you don't have to when it comes to your property as a full service company that provides and oversees all of your long-term rental needs. “I understand that different properties need different approaches to property management so my team is flexible and innovative.”
Five Reasons to consider property management in Mammoth Lakes: If you would like to generate rental income from your Mammoth Lakes home or condominium, you should definitely consider professional representation. Having a management team will reduce the stress associated with managing a property from afar by providing a profitable opportunity that otherwise would be vacant while ensuring that it is well taken care of.
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This one comes in the form of Mammoth Mountain Ski Resort's latest announcement. Starting Thursday, November 7th, 2013, they’ll be open for business.
For those of you that have yet to experience Mammoth Mountain Ski Resort’s wonders, this is definitely the year to get acquainted. That’s because the ski resort will be celebrating its 60th Anniversary with a series of special events. The kickoff weekend is expected to start bright and early on Thursday morning and continue until late Saturday night. The festivities on offer include a champagne toast, live music and two highly anticipated films.
The first film is none other than Oakley’s Jake Blauvelt: Naturally. You may remember seeing the teaser. It’s replete with scenes of Blauvelt shredding some of the world’s best backcountry powder. During the film, Blauvelt is joined by a few of his fellow snowboarding phenomenon's. Among them are Eric Jackson, Shayne Pospisil, Kazu Kokubo and Freddie Kalbermatten.
The second film is Level 1 Productions’ Partly Cloudy. Featuring a series of the sports’ hottest skiers, its trailer was released last summer via Powder Magazine. Since that time, skiers across the globe have been anxiously awaiting its full release. Some of the tremendous athletes that appear in the highly anticipated film are Will Wesson, Tim McChesney, Ahmet Dadali, Adam Delorme and Parker White.
Of course films, champagne and live tunes are not all that Mammoth Mountain has to offer winter sports enthusiasts. It’s got a serious amount of powder, tons of trails, white knuckle elevations, on-mountain dining, wicked terrain parks and...
It’s almost time to dig out your gear, slap on some board wax and head towards one of Mono County's winter gems. Yes, we are talking about June Mountain. Located in June Lake, it is 500+ acres of pure skiing nirvana.
Word has it that the mountain will reopen to visitors on December 13th.
With that said, consider starting your day at 8 a.m. with a chair lift ride to the June Meadows Chalet. It’s a great place to survey the breath-taking mountain views over hot coffee and palate pleasing muffins. It will also give you time to come up with a game plan.
The mountain itself features a 10,090 foot summit elevation, a vertical rise of 2,590 feet and 35 named trails to choose from. If you have skiing skills on par with Lindsey Vonn and Bode Miller, the expert trails may prove to be your best bet. They include Gulf Canyon and the Powder Chute. Of course not all of the trails are geared towards experienced skiers. There are beginner and intermediate tracks too.
There is also an award-winning terrain park on offer. You may have read about the park several times in TransWorld Snowboarding magazine. In 2012, it was listed in three of the magazine’s Top 10 categories (resorts, parks and pipes). If you do decide to head towards the terrain park first, be sure to hit the super pipe. It will have you feeling like a young Travis Rice, Shaun White or Kelly Clark in no time.
Once you’ve had your fill of super pipes and powder, contemplate capping off your day with dinner. There are several places to dine in the area. One of them is the Double Eagle Resort and Spa....
Situated in Inyo County, California, is the Eastern Sierra community of Independence. For fans of the late author Mary Austin, it’s a name that they know well. For others, the community represents much more than a famous writer’s former stomping grounds.
Eastern Sierra is also a warm and inviting place to refuel while hiking the Pacific Crest Trail. The 2,655-mile trail is one of many favored by avid, ambitious hikers. Those that aren’t ardent hikers may recall seeing it featured on Oprah and ESPN. The ESPN feature was the most recent. It focused on two record-breaking hikes that ended in August 2013.
The famed Pacific Crest Trail isn’t all that brings hikers and other outdoor enthusiasts to the Eastern Sierra community of Independence. The Onion Valley, John Muir Wilderness Area, Independence Creek, Kings Canyon National Park and Mount Whitney Fish Hatchery do their part as well.
Collectively, all of the natural spots found in Independence and the surrounding areas offer opportunities for engaging in a multitude of activities. Those activities include fishing, 4-wheeling, climbing, rock hunting and mountain biking. There is also cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, pack riding and wildlife watching available too.
A famous author and a bevy of recreational opportunities are not Independence’s only claims to fame. It is also home to the Eastern California Museum, which...
If you are looking to enjoy the outdoors before the snow flys and enjoy the fall colors, the City of Bishop is an ideal place to do it.
Known for its temperate fall weather, this Eastern Sierra community is custom made for outdoor enthusiasts.
Consider beginning your day at the Black Sheep Coffee Roasters on Main Street. They serve rave-worthy, hot breakfast sandwiches, baked goods and eye-opening coffee. Once your appetite is satiated, you’ll have your pick of outdoor activities. Fall colors are in full force. A perfect time to walk the trail around Convict Lake to see all of it's beauty.
Wilson’s Eastside Sports can help set you up for a day of fun at the famed Buttermilk Boulders and Volcanic Tablelands. They are excellent places to go hiking, mountain biking, ATV riding, bouldering and rock climbing.
Although there are multiple places to climb in the Eastern Sierras, two of the more popular are the Happy and Sad Boulders. Situated outside of Bishop in a modest canyon, they are accessible from the Chalk Bluff area. Both feature climbs of varying difficulty. Fall is the perfect time to visit the climbing hot spots because of the weather.
Of course the previously mentioned recreational activities are not all that you’ll find on offer in Bishop. There are also opportunities to go trout fishing, horseback riding, camping and wildlife watching. Places that offer such activities include Bishop Creek Canyon and the Owens River.
Prefer not to break a sweat or pull out a fishing pole just yet? You could always partake of Bishop’s outdoor ...
Are you looking for a place where you can saddle up and see stars? If so, point your trusty steed towards Lone Pine. For western movie buffs, it’s the ideal Eastern Sierra community to hang up one’s spurs.
That’s because each year Lone Pine hosts a film festival that’s sure to please. It typically focuses on all of the movies that have been filmed in the area throughout the year. There’s also usually a great deal of legendary stars in attendance.
This year’s long awaited event is slated to kickoff October 11th and run through October 13th. It’s expected to feature appearances by famous people known to those that love western films, television shows and literature. Among the famous folks expected to be in attendance for 2013 are David Rothel, Peggy Stewart and Billy King.
Of course you don’t have to wait until then to revel in this Eastern Sierra community’s western charm. The area is also home to the Lone Pine Film History Museum, which hosts year round events like movie nights and art exhibits. There are also old filming sites and ghost towns to explore. Some of the ghost towns on offer in the surrounding areas are Cerro Gordo, Swansea, Keeler, Tramway and Darwin. Darwin was said to be the downfall of the western legend, three-fingered Jack. For some, Jack’s death was surprising, considering that at the time, the town was said to have more burros and men.
When you’ve had your fill of films and ghosts, why not saddle up and head towards one of the area’s charming eateries? Options include the Alabama Hills Café & Bakery, the Pizza Factory, the Lone Star Bistro and the Mt. Whitney...
Grab your cameras and bring your appetite, it’s time to celebrate the arrival of autumn in one of the most charming Eastern Sierra communities around, June Lake.
Located along the Mono Basin’s rim at an elevation of 7,600 feet, it’s a perfect place to spend a day or a lifetime.
Start your day in June Lake with a bountiful breakfast at the Tiger Bar & Café. Its home to some of the best blueberry pancakes, Belgium waffles, eggs and chicken fried steak around. Then hop aboard a helicopter with SkyTime’s aviators and take a bird’s eye view of the resplendent foliage. While you’re flying over the area, be on the lookout for abundant wildlife and waterfalls too.
When you’re finished marveling at the landscape from above, strap on your hiking boots and channel your inner Ansel Adams. That’s because there are plenty of beautiful spots to explore on foot in the nearby Ansel Adams Wilderness. It sits nestled between the Sierra National Forest, Yosemite National Park and the Inyo National Forest.
There are several spots to enjoy a day hike or backpacking within the June Lake Loop Ranger District. The Glass Creek Meadow Trail will take you to the famed behemoth known as the Obsidian Dome. For rock hounds and geology buffs, it’s truly a sight to see. However, if volcanic rock isn’t your passion, the Bloody Canyon or Rush Creek Trails may prove to be the better options. Just be ready for a workout and stay alert for signs of bear activity. June Lake is also a great place to take your kids to enjoy the water and rent a pontoon boat for your kids to enjoy....
Do you while away the hours tying flies and spinning tales of the trout that got away?
If so, you may be interested in a heavenly slice of Eastern Sierra real estate located near Crowley Lake. Renowned across the state as a 5,280-acre piece of trout fishing nirvana, it’s an excellent place to cast your line for browns and rainbows. You might also catch a panfish or two.
Fishing licenses and fishing passports are available for purchase online at our local hotspot for fishing gear, local guides and tackle and hunting supplies at Reagan’s Sporting Goods on Main Street in Bishop, California. Call Reagan for any questions you may have regarding fishing in the Eastern Sierra at (760) 872-3000.
The season at Crowley traditionally runs from April through October. The best time to visit though is typically in the mornings when the water is high and the winds are traditionally light. However, afternoon and night fishing are excellent options too. Just keep in mind that there are varying bait and bag restrictions. Part of the season you can use bait. The other half of the season, you’ll need to use barbless hooks. If you are going for the trout, be sure to bring the chironomid flies.
Speaking of bait and bags, situated along the lake is everything that an avid trout sports person needs. There is a bait & tackle shop, dock, full service marina, boat trailer parking, restrooms and a restaurant onsite. The restaurant opens on the weekends and sells everything from veggie burgers to grilled bratwursts. They are all a part of the Crowley Lake Fish Camp, which hosts tournaments at select times of the year.
We should also mention that the camp is a great spot to check out the latest fishing...
Inyo County boasts the beautiful Alabama Hills--a pristine backdrop for recreational activities like hiking and camping and even filming for movies (e.g. Ironman) and television.
This August, the Inyo County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved official support for the NSA designation. This letter of support opens the door for legislation carried by Senator Dianne Feinstein and Congressman Paul Cook. With stakeholder support, Feinstein and Cook can officially and formally back a bill, finalize the language, and propose legislation.
There are several benefits of an NSA designation. It adds protection for the land, which spans 18,000 acres. This includes preservation of Native American cultural sites and artifacts. It also ensures continued recreational access. With the NSA designation, residents and visitors can continue to enjoy things like rock climbing, off-road vehicle recreation, fishing, and horseback riding.
In addition to protection of the land and the public's access to it, the NSA designation opens opportunities for improvement to infrastructure. We may see important updates to roads, campgrounds, and informational kiosks. Schools may benefit from funding for education efforts.
There is a lot of history and spirit in the Alabama Hills. Stakeholders and the AHSG are so excited to have made this official step and to have initiated movement internally before outside entities could take control of the land.
A statement from the Stewardship Group, said:
"The AHSG is committed to protecting the jaw-dropping beauty of this area with continued access for hikers, motorists, photographers and rock climbers, while allowing important economic activities...
As one of the largest ski resorts in California, Mammoth Mountain Ski Resort spans more than 3,500 acres of territory near the Inyo National Forest.
Located along the northern side of Mammoth Mountain in the Sierra Mountain range, this ski resort is less than an hour’s drive from Yosemite National Park. Although it is well known for skiing and snowboarding, there are actually a host of activities available that draw visitors in year round.
During the summer, the Adventure Center provides activities including rock climbing, a bungee trampoline and zip line. Mountain biking is also popular, and the resort offers a practice loop and skills development area for riders so that they can perfect their technique.
The Scenic Star Golf Course also provides spectacular views from each one of its 18 holes. Situated 8,000 feet above sea level, this course provides intriguing play for athletes of all skill levels. Special training programs are available for children, as season passes can be purchased at the resort as well.
That’ s not all you can enjoy during the summer, as horseback riding, fishing and hiking are all popular activities here as well. After taking in some strenuous outdoor recreation, kick back and enjoy a hearty meal at one of the many restaurants here before heading to back home for a restful night’s sleep.
During the winter, you can take in activities ranging from snowmobiling, snow tubing, cross-45 country skiing and snowboarding. The resort receives as much as 400 inches of snowfall each year, making it ideal for visiting anywhere from November to June. It is also home to a super duper pipe, a 22-foot high, 550-foot long stunt tube that attracts professional athletes for training...
Your Eastern Sierra property is a treasure, a place where you can escape and enjoy all your favorite hobbies in a beautiful, natural setting.
When you rent out your property, whether residential or commercial, you want to know that your biggest investment is being taken care of by the best in the real estate industry. That's why having professional property management in Eastern Sierra is so important. So for an experienced, customer-service oriented company, look no further than Eastern Sierra Property Management.
Eastern Sierra Property Management knows the area from Mammoth to Crowley Lake, and Bishop to Independence. A company with this much experience knows exactly how to work within the current real estate market, whether it's pricing your property correctly or marketing it nationally to the right potential tenants. Property preservation comes first for Eastern Sierra Property Management's team.
Professional property managers like those of Eastern Sierra Property Management will handle every aspect of managing your property so that you don't have to. When something needs to be taken care of quickly Eastern Sierra Property Management is ready to take care of business 24/7.
Eastern Sierra Property Management also understands that different properties require different approaches to management, and we have the experience to handle them all. We are a company large enough to handle multiple properties, yet we maintain customer-focused service to ensure that all parties needs are met.
Contact us to learn more about our full service property management experience and to educate yourself as to why we are the best in the Eastern Sierra at what we do. Better...
Bishop, CA is a rock climber's paradise, and its beautiful setting in the Eastern Sierra has drawn lovers of the outdoors for decades.
When Bishop folks need to fuel up for their next adventure, they don't have to look far to find a great meal in a relaxed atmosphere.
For a delicious breakfast and friendly service, Jack's Restaurant is the best place to start your day. Comfort food favorites like chicken fried steak and biscuits and gravy are sure to please, and best of all, you can come back for lunch and dinner.
The casual setting of Raymond's Deli Shop is perfect for a lunch out with friends. The regulars love their stacked sandwiches--especially the Italian Stallion and the Reuben--as well as their soups and salads. This laid-back deli is an ideal stop for a tasty, filling lunch that's easy on your wallet, too!
Searching for a great happy hour? Look no further than Whiskey Creek, located just off Bishop's main drag. They offer half-off specials on several menu items, including their delicious sliders. Nothing tops off a day of climbing like enjoying a glass of wine, a beer, or a cocktail on the lovely patio. Cheers!
Yamatani restaurant is truly a Bishop icon. Established in 1984 by the Tani family, Yamatani has brought the best sushi and Japanese cuisine to California’s eastern high Sierra. Join us for an evening in the sushi bar or dine with family and friends in the restaurant. No trip to Bishop is complete...
Sapphires Hidden In The Mountains: Exploring North Mono County
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One of the distinct advantages of living in Bridgeport or elsewhere in North Mono county is the quick access to one of the most beautiful cluster of lakes in the country. After you pass the iconic tufa towers that line the shores of Mono Lake, turn left at Virginia Lakes Road when you reach Conway Summit. The road will take you into the mountains to Virginia Lakes Resort, and, a few minutes later, you will find yourself in high country paradise.
Besides the towering snow-capped peaks, picturesque summits, and thick pine forests that encircle you, this area has become well-known for its abundance of lakes. Like sapphires and emeralds tucked into little valleys between the mountains, the lakes are everywhere. The bright shimmer of sunlight hitting the water catches your eye the moment you arrive at what the locals affectionately call "the lodge," which has a small general store, a tackle shop, and a rustic cafe.
Two lakes, the Little and Big Virginia, sit a short distance from the lodge's large wooden porch. Another lake, Trumbull, lies within walking distance. All three lakes sit at the foot of large mountains with wide sweeping slopes and snow-capped peaks.
The Summit Trail hike, a popular trail at the resort, is one of the best ways to see many of the area's most beautiful lakes. The trailhead begins at the end of Big Virginia Lake's large dirt parking and takes you on a five mile (round-trip) journey into some of the most stunning scenery in the High Sierras. Some of the things you will see include:
- Blue Lake: the first of the alpine lakes on this trail and true to its name, its sparkling hue varies between bright blue and emerald.
- The Miner's...
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The Sierra Nevada Mountains are known for their alluring beauty -a scene that creates the perfect setting for wilderness adventures and endless family and individual fun.
The rugged terrain is ideal for thrill-seekers who love hiking, biking, and skiing, three of the most popular outdoor activities in California. We'll take care of finding a place to stay, but finding the right trail during your stay can be more difficult. We know that vacation and traveling should't be stressful, so we sought out the best trails in order to help you get the most out of your adventure.
A great place to start searching for biking and hiking trails is a trails database called mammoth trails. Here you can find detailed information about the trails around Mammoth Lakes. Trail difficulty, length and accessibility are all included, making it a quick search to find what you're looking for. The map feature makes it easy to find trails within a close distance from where you are staying, something valuable in a vast landscape.
Another great site for locating trails is the National Geographic sponsored site, AllTrails. This has a similar setup to the previously mentioned site, yet is more user-friendly in that it allows users to add reviews and pictures.
Mammoth Mountain Bike Park is the largest bike park in the Western United States, with 80 miles of mountain paths. Open to the public, the bike park is great for all types of bikers; young and old, experienced and novice. The variety of trails makes it a popular spot for families and groups.
When you make your home surrounded by the hustle and bustle of an urban lifestyle, what better way to spend a weekend than by getting out of town, coming up the mountains and leaving the chaos behind? Even if only for a weekend, you will be renewed and relaxed by the experience. The Mammoth Festival offers a wonderful weekend getaway that also includes an unforgettable culinary experience.
Mark your calendar and make plans to join us here the weekend of August 15th to the 19th 2013, for a celebration of wine and food. You will also enjoy live musical performances by such famous names as Chris Issak who will take the stage on Saturday from 6 to 9 in the evening.
The Winemaker Dinners are not to be missed. You can look forward to 5 or 6-course gourmet meals paired with the perfect wines. The dinners take place at the Parallax Restaurant and the Lakefront Restaurant at Tamarack Lodge. Imagine your quiet, relaxing dinner while enjoying a view of a stunning mountain sunset as you dine.
The Village at Mammoth, along with the Mammoth Mountain Community Foundation will host the Wine Walk In The Village. You will be able to sample wines and listen to live music as you enjoy the cool, mountain air. The Wine Walk takes place from 6 to 9 PM.
Saturday is the day of the Grand Wine Tasting where more than 40 wineries will offer tastings and you will find the most amazing and unusual arts and crafts that are only featured here on this weekend. You can taste...
Eastern Sierra Property Management is uniquely focused on providing an ideal experience for the owners and tenants of commercial & residential real estate.
We give owners and tenants a great experience by utilizing years of experience with Commercial & Residential Property Management expertise. By choosing Eastern Sierra Property Management we ensure that your investment is being managed by a Team who has management as the primary focus of our business. While our company is of significant size, we have not lost our ability to provide extraordinary individualized customer service. We understand that different properties need different approaches to property management and our team is flexible and innovative. You can take great pleasure in knowing that our experience is your success.
Owning a home you are not living in can be very challenging when you live hours away. Some of the challenges include finding a good tenant to live in your home, property preservation and collecting rent when it is due. By hiring the right property managers, you will be able to make sure your home is taken care of when you are not close enough to do it yourself.
Finding Good Renters
Most importantly your property management company will find you a qualified tenant. By reviewing the applicants, checking references and credit your management company can assess who is most likely to be reliable in the long run. This will ultimately benefit you and your investment as time goes on.
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Your property management company will also make sure everything is maintained while you are away. This could be anything from making sure the yard looks presentable to fixing broken windows and the like. Property...