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We go one step further by publishing our forward looking, on the books occupancy. Guess what – Summer 2022 vacation rental data shows unprecedented demand. See the growth across world regions and European destinations in this article. Explore a real-life example of the importance of this visibility to short-term rental property managers.
In Q1, our tracked continents registered positive vacation rental reservations with respect to pre-covid levels for the first time. The headline: short-term rental demand has exceeded pre-pandemic levels. We wipe the slate clean to look at demand trends facing vacation rental property managers in 2022. To mark this moment, we have launched a brand new vacation rental data tracker. It’s a free resource, where you can explore more of the insights below.
In this article we investigate the growing European short-term rental markets, comparing reservation levels through May with those recorded in May 2019. Not only do we identify the European hotspots emerging in the wake of the pandemic, but in analyzing the short-term rental data, we pick up on trends within these top performers.
Explore hotel & vacation rental outlook in 2021 with us through occupancy, demand & pricing insights.
Transparent & Amadeus combine their extensive datasets to shed light on the reactions of accommodations to the travel trends emerging in the wake of the Coronavirus pandemic.
Read the analysis & download the full report here.
ForwardKeys joined forces with Transparent to share the current booking trends each data provider is noticing. And guess what? Many similarities emphasise how intertwined and dependent the hospitality sector is on government travel restrictions and the rights to fly. Read on for ForwardKeys’ analysis highlights on the current state of 2021 vacation rentals and flights.
If there has been one consistent bright spot in the travel industry these last 12 months, short term rentals is it. While traditional hotels experienced sharp declines in RevPAR and occupancy, short term rentals seem to have fared much better. Below, we dive into the data to analyze market trends for short term vacation rentals in six key U.S. cities.