CAM, CO Real Estate Broker
Kimberly brings a comprehensive background in property management, finance, mortgage lending with a strong sense of community involvement. Prior to Bold and 10+ years in Vail Valley real estate, she was the Development Officer and Director of Education for the Vail Valley Foundation and has volunteered at the Vail Mountain School and at Battle Mountain High School as the Accountability President. Additionally, she has served on Arrowhead HOA Boards and has served as a Board Director of the Eagle Valley Land Trust, the Colorado Ski & Snowboard Museum, the Jimmy Heuga Center, and as a Community Trustee for the Vail Valley Medical Center. Kimberly oversees all Associations at BOLD from Cordillera to Vail. She oversees all Associations and their reserve studies, operating budgets, contracts, board relations and compliance. She and her family have called the Vail Valley home since 1997.
Associations: Bentgrass at Cordillera, The Boulders at Arrowhead, Club Cottages at Cordillera, Dakotas at Arrowhead, Edwards Commercial Park, Elk Meadows Townhomes, Kensington Green, Les Pyrenees Townhomes, Mt. Retreat at Arrowhead, Quartermoon, Red Tail Townhomes, Arrabelle, Gypsum Creek, Mollie G, Vail Golf Course Phase I, Vail Golf Course Phase II, Vail Golf Course Phase III, Vail Golf Course Phase IV, Village Inn Plaza, 770 Potato Patch Townhomes, and Potato Patch Townhomes.
Munsey, born and raised in the Vail Valley has returned home with his family to enjoy all that his hometown has to offer. He has spent the past 11 years working in hospitality and banking in Denver, Boston, and New Hampshire. Munsey played a vital role for the opening team for Marriott’s Residence Inn in North Conway, NH. He was also was an essential leader and manager for Northway Bank’s management team in North Conway. Munsey is very excited to bring his customer service, financial background, and professional experience to the Bold team. He is committed to providing his HOA’s with the best possible management experience through open communication, financial preparation, problem solving, and friendly service. Munsey enjoys playing the guitar, playing hockey, and everything that the mountains of Vail have to offer.
Associations: Aidan’s Ranch, Avon Crossing Condominiums, Eagle County Garages, Grandview Condominiums, Miller’s Creek on the Eagle River, Pinon Valley Townhomes, River Forge, Riverwalk Opal Building, Village Homes of Eagle Ranch, Gypsum Creek Commercial Center, and Mollie G.
Chris is originally from the East Coast with over 20 years of experience in real estate development and investments in Colorado. After receiving his B.S. in International Business from Lehigh University in Pennsylvania, Chris spent over 12 years in the private aviation industry in New York and Geneva, Switzerland, turning his recreational pilot interest into a profession. He served as Director of Client Relations for a prestigious corporate aircraft company with hands-on experience in sales, management, and operations for elite customers. Looking for a change in both occupation and residence, Chris moved to the Vail Valley and developed a property management company, Sanctuary; a high-end, boutique, home care firm. Consistent clientele and steady growth prompted Chris to explore expansion which led to the merger of Sanctuary with Bold Property Management Solutions in 2012 and Crossroads Realty in 2013. Now with a highly experienced team Chris looks forward to maintaining his focus on a superior customer experience and continued growth in the Home Care, Home Rental, HOA Management and Construction and Maintenance divisions. Chris, his wife Carly and children Liam & Sadie, live in Edwards and enjoy all things Colorado has to offer.
Avery works in Bold’s Home Owners Association department. She helps support the Association Specialists in all aspects of their management. She joined Bold in October after moving to the valley in December of 2012. Avery is from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and went to Middlebury College in Vermont where she majored in Environmental Studies. Before moving to Vail, Avery lived in Washington DC and New York City where she worked in the environmental sector. She enjoys painting and creating art in her free time. Avery also loves being active, especially skiing and playing squash.