Big Game Rental Homes Homeowners FAQ

1. What are The Big Game LII rental dates?

The date of the game is February 4, 2018, rentals should be available beginning February 2, 2018 through February 5, 2018. Longer terms may be negotiated between homeowners and renters. The Flat Rate on the Home Profile should be for the standard rental term. Daily rates should be applied for terms beginning prior to February 2, 2018 and beyond February 5, 2018.

2. Who rents these homes?

Corporations, Sport Promotional Event companies and those attending the Big Game.

3. What kind of homes are available on the site?

Single Family Homes, Town Homes, and Condominium’s (the association rules must permit the short-term rental of units).

4. What is the process to get my home posted?

Complete the Home Profile information form, the exclusive broker rental agreement, email to DebBigGameRentals@gmail.com or SamBigGameRentals@gmail.com Shortly after receipt instructions will be sent regarding how to place your order, schedule and pay the $185.00 for the professional photos of your home by SpaceCrafting Photography for upload to the site. You can see the quality of their work at http://www.spacecrafting.com/gallery. Marketing of your home will begin after receipt of the paperwork and photos. Upon an offer on your home the homeowner is sent a Lease Agreement, sign and return to us.

5. Professional photos?

Your home should be presented at its best, highlighting entertainment areas and amenities. A special rate of $185.00 has been arranged for top quality photos and marketing presentation of all home postings.

6. Will I know who is renting my home?

You will be provided with a renter/corporate profile. Background checks are required on all rental homes. They will also verify the ownership of the home being rented as well as the renter for a fee.

7. How are rental rates determined?

The suggested formula is $1000.00 per bedroom with an additional $1000.00 for an executive level home, and an additional $1000.00 for luxury amenities. Example: A 6-bedroom home with 5 bath rooms, within 10 miles, at executive level could rent for as such as $7,000.00 to $12,000.00 for the event. Homeowners can set the rental rate as they desire. Note that numerous options are available for potential renters who are shopping by price.

8. Do bedrooms need to have beds?

Yes, homes must be fully furnished with beds, towels, extra sheets, blankets and standard household items. Full-size or larger beds are preferred, twin beds are difficult to rent.

9. Payment terms?

50% of the rental is due upon signing of the lease agreement. Pet deposits may be added to your agreement, if applicable. The balance of 50% is due January 4, 2018 to the homeowner.

10. What is our fee?

The renter pays our fee. There is no fee to the homeowner. The renter is charged $1000.00 per home or 7% of the total rental fee, whichever is greater. Should the renter pay that fee to you the homeowner, over and above the rental fee, that is payable to us. Please review the Broker Agreement.

11. What about damage to the home?

In general, the lease agreement places liability on the renter. You should also review your homeowner’s policy, homeowners are encouraged to obtain an endorsement for the rental.

12. How do I prepare my home for the event?

Beds should be made and have clean linens with extra sheets, blankets and towels available. Make space and have hangers available in each closet for guests as well as one empty drawer in each bedroom. Clean out refrigerator and freezer. Provide clearly stated direction of the operation of TV’s, DVD’s, AV equipment, thermostats as well as other systems in the home. Leave 2 sets of keys, and garage door openers and vacating instructions. A listing of local restuarants, events like the Winter Carnival and your emergency contact information is helpful.

13. Are there vacating procedures?

Leave keys and garage openers on the kitchen counter, turn off all lights and appliances, lock all doors and contact homeowner to let them know you are leaving the home. The home should look as it was delivered to lessee.