Tag Archive: nantucket vacation rental homeowner

Oct 04 2017

Great turnout for our 8th annual Martha’s Vineyard Homeowner Forum!

Despite unexpected complications from Hurricane José, this year’s Vineyard Homeowner Forum was our most well attended one yet!  The Forum was once again held at the unique and special “Fourway” – home of our hosts Jani Gardner and Scott Tuttle in Vineyard Haven last Saturday. The crowd was engaged and enthusiastic and included some long-time …

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Sep 11 2017

Everything you need to know about guest reviews

Your listing provides vacationers with an overview of your home from your perspective, but they are also interested in hearing from your past guests what their experiences have been. Tyler Pyburn recently had a conversation with Elizabeth Weedon about tips for soliciting guest reviews.

Some of the questions we answer:

Sep 10 2017

Minimizing the impact of a lodging tax

This month, the state legislature will continue its discussion of a bill to expand the lodging tax to short-term rentals.  On several occasions, both publicly and privately, we have voiced our concerns that a sudden 11.7% increase in rental rates will adversely impact tourism on the Cape and Islands. The rental season is short, homeowners …

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Aug 23 2017

5 Crucial Reasons to Update Your Calendars!

For those homeowners who update their calendars weekly, we thank you! It is so important and reflects positively on you and on our website. A current date stamp is the best way to assure vacationers that all pricing and availability information is accurate. Here are 5 reasons why we implore you all to update your …

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Jul 05 2017

Recap of 6/30/17 meeting with Senator Cyr regarding the lodging tax bill

Last Friday, about 35 homeowners attended a 1 ½ hour meeting that we hosted at Brewster Town Hall with Senator Julian Cyr and his District Director, Leslie Sandberg.  There were more questions than answers during the meeting, but we had an opportunity to present our concerns to the Senator as well as our suggestions for …

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