Entries by webtechno.1522

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Tampa: a Not-so-Secret Gem on Airbnb
for Vacation Rental Owners

With top U.S. vacation cities like Orlando, Miami, and Fort Lauderdale, it’s easy for property owners looking to succeed on sites like Airbnb to overlook another outstanding Florida city: Tampa. Why do One Fine Flat vacation rental property managers consider Tampa an outstanding Airbnb opportunity? The reasons are many. Let’s start with an important but […]

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Mountain View, Sunnyvale, and Los Altos Vacation Rental Management: a Snapshot

We’ll begin with a glance at key AirDNA statistics on vacation rentals in three Silicon Valley cities. MOUNTAIN VIEW Number of active rentals: 761 (54% entire home rentals) Average daily rate: $204 Average occupancy rate: 73% Average monthly revenue: $3,014 [source] SUNNYVALE Number of active rentals: 708 (46% entire home rentals) Average daily rate: $179 […]

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What Palo Alto Property Owners Should Know About the Airbnb Vacation Rental Market

First, let’s look at several statistics on short-term vacation rentals in the city of Palo Alto, courtesy of AirDNA: Number of active rentals: 894 (53% entire home rentals) Average daily rate: $213 Average occupancy rate: 72% Average monthly revenue: $3,221 As of this moment, the Palo Alto, CA vacation rental with the highest asking price […]

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Palm Springs and Palm Desert Vacation Rental Owners Shouldn’t be Deterred by Regulations

Yes, regulations for vacation rental owners in Palm Springs and Palm Desert can be daunting and even intimidating. But they shouldn’t stop you from taking advantage of what could be an excellent income source. According to the Mashvisor Palm Springs Real Estate Market Report 2020, the city’s average monthly Airbnb rental income is $4,470. That […]

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Tip for Bradenton Vacation Rental Owners:
Leave Regulations – and Profit Maximization – to a Full-Service Vacation Rental Manager

Bradenton, FL property owners say local regulations governing short-term vacation rentals are filled with “garbage.” They have a point. When Ordinance 17-476 went into effect, owners of some vacation rental properties that required side yard trash pickup service missed that fact. It was easy to overlook, because the only way to know was to read […]

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San Diego Vacation Rental Management
(or, a Guide for Property Owners
on Riding the Roller-Coaster)

In 2018, the San Diego City Council approved regulations governing short-term vacation rentals. Three months later, they abruptly canceled them. Now, with the City Council under pressure to enact new regulations, many vacation rental property owners are feeling as if they’re in limbo and waiting for the next shoe to drop. It’s understandable if the […]

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City of Anaheim to Vacation Rental Owners: Manage Your Properties With Care … or Else

Attractions like Disneyland and the Anaheim Convention Center – combined with a desire among visitors to avoid hotels – make Anaheim a popular location among users of Airbnb, Vrbo, HomeAway, and other sites. But many owners have found the local regulatory environment daunting. Some recent history: In 2019, following complaints from property owners, the City […]

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Los Angeles Vacation Rental Management: Optimizing Revenue in a Volatile Environment

What’s new in the largest vacation rental market in America’s largest state? Plenty. As of November 1, 2019, you can only list one Los Angeles vacation rental property on platforms like Airbnb. The city’s new Home-Sharing Ordinance says you’re required to register with the city, pay an $89 annual fee, and include a valid registration […]

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San Francisco Bay Area Vacation Rental Tip For Property Owners: Don’t Go It Alone

It’s one of the most enticing – and challenging – vacation rental markets. We’re referring, of course, to the San Francisco Bay Area. AirDNA has revealed a set of extremely attractive statistics for San Francisco vacation rental owners – including, on average, a $234 daily rate, an 85% occupancy rate, and $3,863 in monthly revenue. […]

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Short-Term Vacation Rental or Long-Term Rental: As a Property Owner, What’s Best for You?

With Airbnb’s enormous popularity, many property owners are wondering whether to rent to short-term vacationers or lease to longer-term tenants. We’ll discuss the advantages of each here. But first, a couple of key definitions: in the Airbnb world, a short-term renter is someone renting for under 30 days (for example, a vacationer who rents a […]