How Airbnb Spinoffs are Making Short-Term Rental a Profitable Investment Model

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A few years ago, if you wanted to invest in a city property and rent it out, you’d hire a property management company to find a tenant, sit back and collect the monthly rent, less the management fees and commission. It was a ton of effort to rent it out short-term. Doing the marketing; dealing…

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4 Key Differences between Short Term Rental and Residential Rental

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  Airbnb has changed the way investors look at short-term rental prospects. There can be an immediate and substantial monthly return offsetting finance charges and creating positive cash-flow from the get-go. However there is a downside, and would-be investors need the knowledge to balance the attraction of a good ROI with the associated risks of…

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8 Key Things you Need to Know About Your Neighborhood

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  The questions that vacation rental investors have are generally very different from a residential buyer. They are rarely interested in schools, the availability of medical facilities and where the nearest mall is located. In contrast, their concerns are related to the travel market. Will this property rent? Who is likely to rent it? And,…

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Sourcing Property Management for Your Vacation Rental Buyers

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Property management is one of the biggest issues facing new owners who want to rent short-term. In areas where there are a high volume of vacation homes – Orlando, The Outer Banks, Destin, Palm Springs come to mind – there will be an equally high proportion of property management companies. However, when you are trying…

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5 Truths and Myths about Vacation Rentals

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The growth in the vacation rental industry has created a new generation of second home buyers. Whereas owning a vacation home was once a dream to many, the potential of renting it out and creating an income that can pay a proportion of the mortgage has made the dream a reality. And, this is true…

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