Market at a glance
Most owners of ski homes want to rent their property and generate a return or at least cover maintenance costs and personal holidays. With rates per night, property sizes and overall rental stock differing from resort to resort, it is hard to identify a potentially lucrative gap in the market, until now. Knight Frank Research has undertaken the first deep dive into the Alpine holiday rental market to help gauge how six major French and Swiss resorts compare. The results provide a valuable insight into how the rental profile of each resort varies in terms of stock, size and rental values.
According to Knight Frank’s Global Buyer Survey, in June 2021, global buyers said they were more inclined to purchase a ski home as a result of Covid-19. This is up from 11% six months earlier.
The surge in transactions in 2020 in Aspen. The market paused for breath in 2021, due not to a lack of demand but a shortage of stock. If you have a property in Aspen, now is the time to sell.
Knight Frank Ski Property Index Results 2021
Based on a four-bedroom chalet in a prime central location
Exclusive properties for sale with Knight Frank
For sale in France A rustic chalet located in a traditional hamlet with 5 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms. An outdoor heated swimming pool completes this property.
For sale in Switzerland Beautiful chalet in exclusive position with 7 bedrooms, 10 bathrooms and 2 reception rooms. On the first floor is a sauna and Jacuzzi, providing the perfect place to relax.
For sale in Colorado A newly constructed West End home with 4 bedrooms, 4 full bathrooms and 2 half baths. Its magnificent windows offer impressive winter views of Aspen Mountain.