Frequently Asked Questions
When purchasing a home at Blue, owners enjoy many advantages and a support team to assist them in managing their resort property. Here are some frequently asked questions about resort homeownership at Blue.
Homeowner Services acts on behalf of homeowners when it comes to anything related to their ownership experience at Blue Mountain. They are the rental manger and, as such, they are responsible for managing the relationship between the homeowner and lodging guests.
The property manager oversees the exterior and common areas of the building. These companies are private companies that are contracted by the various condo associations to work with Blue Mountain Resort and Homeowner Services in attending to the common area elements of the buildings.
Homeowners may use their suite for 15 nights (Legacy Condo) and 10 nights (for a Village, Mosaic or Mountain Home) per month. Homeowners are welcome to allow friends to use their suites as part of their allocation; they may not however, charge them for the use of their home. Homeowners may allow friends to rent their suites through homeowner services or reservation and they will be happy to arrange their stay.
The private beach is located just under than 10 minutes from the Blue Mountain Inn on Highway 26. Homeowners are allowed to use the beach when they are occupying their suite. A complimentary beach shuttle service is available throughout the summer season.
The Blue Mountain Village Association is a not-for-profit organization. The fees paid by homeowners help cover the costs of Village events, animation, The Plunge Aquatic Center as well as the overall site maintenance and decor. The Village would not be the special place it is without the participation and management of the Village Association.
Every summer and winter season, Homeowners Services unveils a new program. These privileges and discounts change from season to season however and can include but are not limited to discounts on lift tickets, advanced tee-off bookings and special rates for amenities like the Ridge Runner.
Homeowners who participate in the Blue Mountain Resort Rental Program have their keys prepared ahead of their arrival and are located in the Owner Key Pick Up box. For the Legacy Condos and Mountain Homeowners, the box is located at the Inn front desk. For the Village Homeowners, the box is located at the Grand Georgian front desk. Mosaic homeowners, retrieve they key at the Mosaic front desk.
Yes, personal use prevents the homeowner from earning any revenue for each of the nights reserved.
Homeowners can arrange to receive discounted lift tickets when reserving. They can visit the front desk in order to receive the discount and have them printed.
Yes, homeowners in a Legacy Condo must provide Homeowner Services with 30 days written notice to exit the program. Rivergrass and Snowbridge townhome owners are required to provide 60 days written notice. For Village and Mosaic condo owners, homeowners must inform Homeowner Services on June 1st of the year they wish to exit rental program for November 1st of that year.
In order to return a unit to the rental program, our team must do an inspection of the unit to ensure the unit is rental ready. The Legacy and Mountain Home owners need to pay a $500 fee to rejoin the program. The Village and Mosaic suites must have an inspection done as well however there is no cost to rejoin.
For more guidelines please visit the FAQ page in the rental program section of Blue Mountain Resort’s homeowner website: www.homeownersatblue.ca.