9/26/2017

MoneyMatters101.com Home
Information about renting

Evictions
Pros/Cons Of Lease
Lease Mineral Rights
Living On Your Own
Month To Month
Tenant/Landlord
Rent A Room
Renting/Leasing
Rent Vacation Home
Rising Rents
Professional Renters

Links

Email Us

MoneyMatters101



 

Renting Your Vacation Home

Many people buy vacation homes for their own personal use but most buy them for tax purposes with the intent to rent them out.

You will need to learn how to check state and local laws for short term rental periods, insurance requirements, and sales tax requirements. You should learn how to promote your property and target the best renters for different times of the year, set goals for rental income, and how to determine profit and loss for your property.

You may need to work out a partnership agreement with a property manager, and learn how to break even by renting during peak weeks, and who to rent to during off peak season. You may also want to know how to decorate your property, stock it with adequate amenities, and make your property as comfortable as possible for all seasons.

Talk with other homeowners that have vacation homes that are rented out.

Follow through with all the information you have gathered on what it takes to start renting your vacation cottage, holiday home, or cabin getaway as a vacation rental.

Book of the Month

Book about investing

Advertise on MoneyMatters101.com

 

Share


Accessibility Policy| Terms Of Use| Privacy Policy| Advertise with Us| Contact Us

Use of this web site constitutes acceptance of the Terms of Use.

We are looking to create more mutually beneficial partnerships. If you are interested in partnering with MoneyMatters101.com, send us your proposal.

MoneyMatters101.com™

Link to MoneyMatters101.com