Many people with second holiday homes obviously consider renting them when they are not in use by the owner, family or friends. This way they can cover some of the costs involved in maintaining the property and make an additional income December Global Holidays. I thought the information I collected below would be valuable to those considering renting their holiday homes, as it is well worth taking into account the experiences of those people who have trod this path before.
When you first venture into the holiday property business, it can be tempting to try and limit your initial set-up costs by providing the bare minimum of furniture and equipment. But the advice I have collected from seasoned holiday property owners is…don’t try and cut corners! Furnish and equip your property as well as you can possibly afford.
Obviously you’re worried about getting a good return on your investment. The fear that some holidaymakers from hell will wreak havoc with your possessions might deter you from equipping your holiday home to a high standard.
Those who’ve been in the business for years have found that most holidaymakers take greater care with furniture and other more personal items if they can see these are things which the owner obviously cares about…it’s human nature.
Generally speaking people prefer – and expect – their holiday accommodation to be superior to their own homes. They are more likely to look after your property if they feel you have taken a lot of trouble to make them feel welcome and comfortable.