Yearly Archive: 2015

Dec 22 2015

Launch of the WeNeedaDreamVacation Contest

As we revealed at our fall Homeowner Forums, our team has worked hard to launch the biggest contest in our 18 years in business. We are all pretty excited about it.

Someone will win a summer 2016 week in this weneedavacation.com beachfront New Seabury vacation rental.

If the two predetermined weeks in New Seabury are …

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Dec 03 2015

Use text alerts to respond to inquiries instantly

Success in converting an inquiry into a booking starts with your responding to the inquiry just as quickly as possible. Keep in mind that vacationers typically inquire about multiple properties at a time, so being the first to respond to an inquiry enables you to beat your competition to the punch.  Receiving a text alert the …

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Nov 19 2015

Homeowner Voices Her Concern Regarding the Lodging Tax

As discussed in a previous update regarding the proposed legislation to impose a lodging tax on private rental homes, we are encouraging rental homeowners to write to their state rep. and voice their opinions about this tax.  One of our homeowners is sending this letter to her state rep.:

The lodging tax on private home …

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Nov 17 2015

Time to take action on proposed lodging tax legislation

To voice your opinion on this proposed tax, you can email or write to your state representative.  If you are a MA resident, contact the rep. in the town where you vote. If you live out of state, contact the rep. in the town where your rental home is located.  Read a letter …

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Nov 12 2015

Successful vacation rental booking techniques

So, you’ve received a promising inquiry for your rental home – now what?! Presumably, you have read our tips about screening prospective tenants to assure a good fit for your home. But what do you do once they commit to renting your property?

The following is a quick overview of our recommended standard procedures …

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