Tag Archive: nantucket vacation rental trends

Oct 11 2017

Is your listing up to snuff? Check your Listing Quality Audit to make sure!

In this changing and increasingly more competitive vacation rental market, it’s more important than ever to make sure that your listing is thoroughly informative and attractive in order to make it stand out from your competition and invite as many inquiries and bookings as possible. How can you be sure that it is?

If your home …

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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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Jun 02 2017

The Problem with Clutter

Definitions for the word “clutter” include mess, litter, untidiness, disorder, confusion, and chaos.  Is this the environment that you’d like to provide for your guests’ relaxation?

The consistent feedback we receive in our vacationer surveys and from reading thousands of guest reviews from vacationers indicate that they overwhelmingly prefer a relatively stripped-down, clutter-free home.  A …

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Mar 02 2017

How to take interior photos in the offseason

It’s no secret that having large, beautiful photos on your listing will help increase vacationer interest in your rental home. The key, however, is to keep them fresh and updated – even in the offseason.

Our staff photographer, Becky Fischer, and I sat down to discuss pictures and how you can update them even if there …

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Jan 12 2017

Great News for Cape and Islands Vacation Rental Homeowners!

It has just been announced that Governor Charlie Baker’s budget proposal for fiscal 2018 will include a 5.7 % room occupancy tax for any individual or business that provides short-term rental accommodations – but only for those who rent for 150 days or more per year. This would essentially exempt most seasonal Cape and Islands …

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