Caleb Harty, CFP shares 13 steps to ensure your vacation home is ready to be rented out post-purchase. Read more
The mortgage process looks different when purchasing a vacation rental with a higher down payment, higher interest, and higher insurance premiums. Read more
In expensive markets, people continue to rent while buying in less pricey vacation rental markets. Read more
Predicting a recession? Historically, vacation rentals in domestic leisure destinations perform well during recession periods.
Five reasons vacation rentals could continue to perform well, even during a recession. Read more
See how Airbnb acts as Vacasa’s partner as Eric Breon, CEO, speaks to the current operational model and the future of Vacasa Real Estate. Read more
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Why are vacation rentals a good investment?
The rise of the sharing economy and the development of online marketplaces have reset the travel industry. (We can thank Millennials for this growth.) Staying in someone else’s home has become desirable and normal. Travelers are extending business travel for pleasure. Plus, they have new standards for affordable, beautiful accommodations. As their economic power continues to grow, it’s expected the vacation rental industry will continue to grow, too. Read more
Forbes weighs in on the pros and cons of investing in short-term rentals. Share this list when discussing with clients. Read more
If you’re thinking of buying a vacation home as an investment property, it’s important to take into account not just the appeal of the location, but also how profitable the investment will be.To determine the best place to buy a vacation home in every state, GOBankingRates looked at the top vacation destinations in each state and cross-listed those locations with the median home value and the median rent for each destination. Keep reading to see where you should get a vacation home in your state.