Apr 15 2016

Going Niche with CottageBlogger

For years, we have admired and learned from Heather Bayer of CottageBlogger.com, a leader in the vacation rental industry.  Her resume includes writing Renting Your Recreational Property for Profit, managing over 200 properties in Ontario and Quebec area, sharing knowledge via weekly blogposts and podcasts, and now spearheading the Vacation Rental Success Summit in Toronto …

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Mar 31 2016

Preparing your Cape Cod Rental Property for the Summer Season Part 2

Ryan is from The Furies Cleaning and Linen Rentals based in Wellfleet. Every spring The Furies performs hundreds of Spring Cleanings and over the course of the summer cleans numerous second homes and vacation properties on Cape Cod. The Furies have been serving both property owners and tenants for over 30 years, giving …

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Mar 29 2016

Are HomeAway’s new policies also reducing bookings?

It’s becoming evident that the recent decision by HomeAway/VRBO to join the other big box sites in assessing vacationers a fee may merely be the proverbial straw that broke the camel’s back.

A few weeks ago when I wrote “Why Homeowners are Outraged about Vacationer Booking Fees,” most homeowners were still not aware of many …

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Mar 22 2016

Preparing your Cape Cod Rental Property for the Summer Season Part 1

Hello homeowners,

Ryan is from The Furies Cleaning and Linen Rentals based in Wellfleet. Every spring the Furies performs hundreds of Spring Cleanings and over the course of the summer cleans numerous second homes and vacation properties on Cape Cod. The Furies have been serving property owners and tenants alike for over 30 years, giving …

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Mar 09 2016

TV Interview with Award-Winning WeNeedaVacation.com

Last month, the Executive Director at the Brewster Chamber of Commerce, Kyle Hinkle, announced that WeNeedaVacation.com had been awarded the Build a Better Mousetrap Award via SCORE. We were thrilled to receive this recognition. The award “honors companies that survive the critical first five years and appear to be headed for long-term success.” Kyle laughed when …

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