Rental Properties Needed
Give your Summit County home a new purpose.
The high cost of living makes Summit County a difficult place to raise a family. Most locals cannot afford to purchase a home and depend on rental properties for housing. Short-term vacation rentals have significantly reduced the long-term rental inventory, which is causing many locals to leave Summit County. This is putting stress on businesses to hire qualified employees and reducing the year-round community that makes Summit County such a special place to live.
You can make a difference. The Housing Works Initiative helps owners use their properties as long-term rentals to benefit the community’s workforce. By adding your home to the Housing Works Initiative you are helping working families realize their dreams of living in the mountains.
In order to qualify for the Housing Works program, you must be switching a property from a short-term rental into a long-term lease. This program is designed to support owners who are adding to the long-term rental inventory for the local workforce.
Property Owners who participate in the program receive:
Philanthropic way to help solve Summit County’s workforce housing crisis
Help individuals and families remain living and working in Summit County.
Free property management services by Omni Real Estate Company
Omni Real Estate provides quarterly property inspections and manages building issues
Stable qualified tenants
The Family & Intercultural Resource Center verifies tenants through background checks and interviews. Tenants agree to a one-year lease and must be employed year-round in Summit County.
Guaranteed rent payments
Omni manages rent collection and guarantees the payments. If a tenant were to terminate the lease early or have a financial issue, the property owner would still receive full payment.
For more information on adding your property to the Housing Works program, please call Peter at 970-262-3888 or email [email protected]. Or you are welcome to fill out the following form and we will contact you.