5 Ways To Get Millennials to Book Your Vacation Rental Property

It’s time to take a look at how well you are marketing your vacation rental property to the audience most willing to spend more money on a vacation than any other: Millennials. The growth of Airbnb and the like are certainly part of a larger trend the country is currently experiencing with the sharing economy, which is estimated to grow from $14 billion in 2014 to $335 billion by 2025.  And as tnooz recently pointed out: “the Millennial now represents the majority of the traveling community . . . the percentage of the market that Millennials comprise is only getting bigger and bigger, so it’s important to go where the numbers are.” Here are 5 ways to get Millennials to book your vacation rental property. Read more

Vacation Rental WiFi: 5 Reasons You Should Not Charge Guests

On paper, it can seem like a no-brainer for your business. Everyone needs WiFi at this point. Why not charge for it? You’re right, and no doubt you’ll make a quick extra buck for doing so, but many property managers don’t realize the long-term effects this can cause to their business. Here are 5 reasons you should not charge for vacation rental WiFi: Read more

Creative Vacation Home Guest Book Ideas

As a vacation homeowner, it’s always nice to hear the feedback from guests who have enjoyed their time in your home. Many owners like to leave a guestbook in the house for guests to sign and record comments about their trip. While a traditional guest book is great, some owners may want to step out of the box and find creative ways to hear about their guests’ experiences. Here are some creative vacation home guest book ideas to engage your visitors. Read more