Between houses, townhouses and condos, there are so many property types to choose from in Whistler. There are also different types of ownerships to consider.
Residential properties are for personal use and considered long term. They can be rented out on a monthly, seasonal or an annual basis.
Phase I properties allow unrestricted owner usage. The owner may live in the property full time or rent it out short or long term. If an owner chooses to do short-term rentals, they can either use a rental management company or their choice of self-manage the property. These properties tend to be condo or townhouse style complexes. They are generally located in the Village, Blackcomb Benchlands and Creekside areas.
Phase II properties allow up to 28 days of owner usage in the summer and 28 days in the winter. The property is managed through the hotel front desk for the remainder of the year. These properties tend to be hotel-style and located in the core Village and Benchlands areas. Most of the well-known hotel brands such as the Delta, Pan Pacific, Westin and Four Seasons are Phase II properties.