Most U.S. Leisure Destinations have Higher Paid Occupancy Rates for this year's Labor Day Weekend

Across the United States, Labor Day weekend is popular for vacationers to get one last summer trip in. According to AAA, 35 million Americans travelled for Labor Day weekend in 2019. But, as the COVID pandemic drags on, how will this year’s paid

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Booking Activity varies by Market as Wildfires Continue to burn

June to August is considered peak season for wildfires in the United States. Both Napa County, California and Pitkin County, Colorado currently have wildfires burning due to lightning strikes. However, each county is seeing different changes in
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Large Increase in Summer RevPAR for Galveston County Vacation Rentals

Vacation rentals in Galveston County, Texas have had an exceptionally strong summer; revenue per available unit (RevPAR) was at least $20 higher than last year from June through September. These increases have been large enough for annual RevPAR

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Average Booking Windows Increase as Colorado Markets Prepare for Winter Season

Colorado is a destination for vacationers who enjoy outdoor activities year-round but is recognized as a predominately winter destination when many renters come to spend time skiing and snowboarding. This year’s summer season performance was

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Regional Changes in Revenue Per Available Rental

2020 has been a challenging year for the travel and hospitality industry. In most destinations, vacation rental revenue is down compared to last year, but the magnitude of the revenue loss depends on the region.

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Short-Term Rental Data Impacts on key Colorado, Utah & Wyoming Summer Tourist Hotspots

Lake Tahoe, Park City, Jackson Hole, and the ski areas in Colorado’s Summit and Eagle Counties are best known as winter destinations but are also popular during the summer for hiking, water sports, and other warm-weather outdoor adventures. To

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