Our global property manager survey 2023 has landed! What better way for short-term rental property managers to understand strategy & sentiment than from their peers?
It has been repeatedly reported throughout COVID recovery that non-urban destinations were drawing demand away from urban markets. However, as we enter 2023, how are the 2 ‘sectors’ comparing? In this article we review supply evolution and ADR evolution, as well as on the books occupancy and advertised pricing for Q1. So, how are urban & rural short-term rental markets performing in 2023?
With 2022 coming to a close, we want to take this opportunity to highlight the top short-term rental property managers in Europe. (property management companies or PMs). To ascertain this, we have compiled datasets of three notable metrics: property count, average star rating, and average occupancy and ranked the PMs accordingly.
Travel is under particular scrutiny for sustainability. As a result, travellers are seeking sustainable options and hosts wish to make better choices and be highlighted as having done so. Furthermore, rises in energy costs are providing further motivation. So, how sustainable are short-term rentals, and do sustainable listing badges increase short-term rental occupancy?
We have run analysis on winter short-term rental occupancy on the books (OOTB) and average daily rates (ADR) in some of the most prolific ski markets around the globe: Chamonix-Mont-Blanc, France; Saint Anton am Arlberg, Austria; South Lake Tahoe, California; Vail, Colorado; Whistler, Canada; and Zermatt, Switzerland.
In this article, we explore the growth of vacation rentals in Latin American nations in the context of global evolution. As one of the less established markets worldwide, numbers in supply, for instance, often appear dwarfed by those of Europe and North America. However, when we consider relative growth, trends in supply, rates, and occupancy: are all of them above average?