Georgia & North Carolina see large growth in Vacation Rental performance while Florida lags behind

The Southeastern U.S. has often been in the spotlight throughout the past eight months because of the way local and state officials have handled the pandemic. What has the turmoil meant for vacation rental performance?

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2020 Ski Season for Vacation Rental Data Looks Promising

Ski season is a highly anticipated winter travel period. According to the National Ski Areas Association, there were 470 operating ski areas across the United States from 2019-2020. Many of these ski areas are located in only four states;

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Colorado Wildfire Impact on Vacation Rental Fall Performance

June through August is considered peak wildfire season across the United States. This year’s wildfire season in Colorado has extended into November and has included the largest fires in the state’s history. Three of the Colorado wildfires that

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Increasing COVID-19 Cases and Decreasing Bookings

As the winter travel season approaches, the uncertainty of vacation rental performance has returned. Around the United States and Europe, COVID-19 cases are spiking and social distancing regulations are being revived or strengthened. Consumer

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Successful Thanksgiving Ahead for Coastal South Carolina and Georgia

The coasts of southern South Carolina and Georgia have historically enjoyed a moderate peak around the Thanksgiving holiday with adjusted paid occupancy rates between 25% and 45%. This year, an outstanding late-season performance for vacation

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Strong September & October for Park City, UT Vacation Rentals

Like many ski markets, Park City, Utah has a strong summer season. The same mountain town that draws skiers during the winter attracts hikers, bikers, and foodies during the summer. Traditionally, the area sees a lull during September and October

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