Ski markets were among the first destinations affected by the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020. Many resorts had to close early due to local restrictions as the pandemic escalated during the late winter months. Now, vacation rental performance in ski
It’s easy to make blanket statements about vacation rental performance. Throughout this year, we’ve heard many of them:
Vacation rentals on Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard, and Nantucket have experienced similar performance trends to those in other high-end leisure destinations, including year-over-year revenue growth, a strong fall season, and shorter booking
Reservation activity has been one of the most important indicators to watch this year. It has represented traveler confidence and given a much-needed glimpse into future vacation rental performance. Between mid-March and May, new reservation
Western North Carolina is a vacation destination for outdoor enthusiasts and solitude seekers all year round. Visitors can explore parks, eat and shop locally, take scenic drives, or simply enjoy a mountain morning from their porch. In measuring
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?