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All programs, projects and strategies of Breckenridge Housing are funded by our community and guests through voter approved county-wide taxes (.0125% and .6%), development impact fees, grants secured by housing staff and, as of January 1, 2022, a short-term rental fee. To learn more around funding CLICK HERE.
The Town’s Buy Down program purchases homes that are for sale, places a local workforce restriction on the property, and sells the home at a reduced price. Due to the high housing market, the average cost for a buy down has increased 154% from 2019 to 2021. More information
Under Housing Helps the Town pays owners, buyers, sellers, including local businesses and investors to accept a deed restriction on homes that are currently unrestricted. On average Housing Helps is a $83,398 investment by the Town per unit. To find out more information and how to apply, click here.
Lease to Locals provides property managers and owners with generous cash incentives to convert their short-term rental into seasonal and long-term rental. The incentive program is administered by Landing Locals, a Truckee, Calif.-based startup specializing in mountain-community workforce housing. More information
During the 2020/2021 winter, Breckenridge Housing assisted local businesses by offering affordable leases to house their employees through the Local Employee Housing Assistance Program (LEAP). This was a one-time program, but could be revitalized in the future.