Ok, here goes, another cheesy Realtor bio….
I’ve been a Realtor since 2003, a Property Manager since 2010 and Managing Broker of Mountain Town Properties since 2013. In this relatively short time, I have already experienced market ups and downs, but it’s obvious that we are living in different times right now. Despite today’s tough market, I believe that everyone deserves to own their own home and to take great vacations to nice places.
In 2011, I formed Mountain Town Properties as a vacation rentals company in response to a demand from property owners seeking a fair and equitable system to manage their vacation rental homes. Shortly thereafter, Mountain Town Properties became a full scale licensed real estate brokerage for long term property management and real estate sales. My success is met through delivering state of the art technology and software systems and to employ the best people available for service to our guests and clients. Our business has grown by leaps and bounds; all based on performance and referrals!
As a Property Manager, I am licensed to service our long-term rentals; working with families and couples moving to the area for work and play while managing the well-being of our owners’ largest assets – their homes. I also specialize in selling homes in Rossland and assisting those who are looking to buy recreational real estate at Red Mountain Resort. I have good relationships with the tenants I work with, who often transition to buyers. So too, have landlords converted to sellers simply because of our good working-relationships and the basics of “nobody knows your property like your Property Manager”. Each discipline is unique, but the combination of the two is very effective.
In my personal time while being a mom, I also enjoy golfing, skiing and camping. I hold a diploma in Turf Management from Olds College and I’ve worked and lived in some of BC’s most beautiful resorts. My goal is to be differenentiated by being innovative, technology driven, creative and productive.
Jodie O… is available days, evenings and weekends.