The vacation rental sector has boomed over the last two summers, with sold-out properties in popular destinations. When other forms of accommodation, like hotels and cruises, were initially off-limits, the privacy and unique charm of vacation rentals made them the obvious choice of accommodation. Now consumers are less fearful of Covid-19 as vaccine programs are thriving and borders are reopening, and with this, vacation rentals are just one way we can all enjoy travel again.
But the experience of 2020 and 2021 seems to have struck a note in both converted and long-standing vacation rental enthusiasts and there are already reports of properties being booked out for summer 2022 – Guesty recently revealed that 81% more reservations have been made in the UK for next year, compared to the same period in 2020 for booking in 2021. Read full real estate article here.