"Breaking all the Rules: How to Rent Your Vacation Home"
Do you own a vacation rental property? Are you thinking about buying one? Are you asking yourself, "How will I manage it? Where do I begin? What do I need to do to prepare for renters? Will I need a housekeeper? What about the keys, security deposits and advertisements?" If so, this book is for you. Everything you need to know is in this book.
"The Vacation Rental Planner and Tax Organizer"
Are you wondering how you will track your income & expenses? Or, how to know what's tax deductible? This book will walk you through the process from receiving inquiries, to bookings, to tracking income & expenses. All you have to do is fill in the blanks. At year-end, just hand over the book to your CPA.
"Welcome Book for Vacation Rentals"
If you are looking for a Welcome book filled with information about your property, then, you will love this book. Just fill in the blanks and you are done!
Most of us dream about owning a vacation home - to escape our everyday lives, a place to to enjoy and share with our family and friends. It could be a beach house, a cottage on a lake, or a cabin deep in the woods. While warmer climates are more desirable for some, it is the winter wonderland that appeals to a whole other market. Every season brings its own sensational opportunities.
Age has no limits for those whom are looking for their “special place” to call their own and to invest their money. With the purchase of a vacation property the owner is able to reap multiple benefits when it coincides with one’s passions, hobbies and dreams. Historically, short-term rentals have been proven to earn more income than most long-term rentals and with potentially less damage. In today’s economy, real estate and land development are proving to be viable investment options for those who may not have ever considered them to be of interest in the past. The rapidly approaching retirement generation has taken advantage of this opportunity, making vacation homes more popular and in demand in some areas. Nevertheless, in any market, buying a vacation property comes with its own challenges. Unless you can buy it outright, most of us have a mortgage(s) and ongoing expenses that need to be covered at the end of each month. That is why creating a vacation rental business makes perfect sense.
But who’s going to manage it? Hiring a professional management company could cost you anywhere from 25% - 35% of your rental income in fees. Here's your chance to learn how to manage it yourself and keep the fees in your own pocket. With this “how to” book, you will learn the steps to creating and managing your own property with the potential of turning it into a very lucrative rental business.
Best Wishes and Happy Renting!
-Marie… : )