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Vail’s Ascent Sotheby’s International Realty launches vacation rental division

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VAIL — Vail Valley boutique real estate company Ascent Sotheby’s International Realty is expanding its client service offerings with the addition of a new luxury vacation rental division. Designed to match the needs of clients interested in vacationing and renting a condo, home or private residence in the Vail/Beaver Creek area, the new program is headed by Vail-based marketing specialist Alana Hanks, whose background is in hospitality services and vacation property management.

Ranging from two bedroom/two bath condos in the heart of Vail Village to a private home on the Vail Golf Course to a 12,000 square-foot Italian-inspired luxury estate near Beaver Creek, Ascent Sotheby’s International Realty vacation rental division has access to hundreds of properties in the resort markets of Vail and Beaver Creek as well as the surrounding area, tailoring options based on each client’s needs, budget and party size.

Potential clients can access “insider” type information on the best restaurants, hippest bars, and knowledgeable guides as well as other insights about vacationing in the area. Locally based reservationists can also arrange everything from private chefs to guided outdoor adventures, equipment rentals, lift tickets, dinner reservations, concert tickets and more.

“Alana’s knowledge and experience has enabled Ascent Sotheby’s International Realty to develop a turn-key vacation rental property program for our clients looking to vacation in the Vail Valley,” said Tye Stockton, partner and co-owner. “It also serves a resource to our brokers who are fielding many vacation rental inquiries.”

For more information, go to http://www.ascentsir-rentals.com.


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