Short Term Rental

Sojern Image Pixel
October 17, 2017
money vacation rentals

How Much Money Can You Make From a Vacation Rental?

Short-term vacation rentals in sought-after markets now outpace long-term rentals for potential cash flow....Read more
August 9, 2017
ID Verification Prevents Fraud

Why Screening Your Vacation Rental Guests is Essential

As vacation rentals become more popular, guest screening becomes more important. ID verification is a scalable, surefire method to ensure your home is secure. ...Read more
August 3, 2017
Changing Landscape of Vacation Rentals (1)

How Vacation Rentals Can Meet New Guest Demands with Technology

Property managers are meeting new guests demands with an authentic and seamless experience....Read more
July 21, 2017
Top 10 TurnKey Vacation Rentals

Top TurnKey Vacation Rentals in 2017 (So Far)

We’ve combed through our curated portfolio of homes to find the highest earning and most popular homes managed by TurnKey. ...Read more
December 8, 2016

Airbnb’s New Pitch to Cities: We Are Serious About Working Together

Skift: Airbnb’s New Pitch to Cities: We Are Serious About Working Together
On December 7, Airbnb debuted a new 31-page report that summarizes the company’s four-pronged approach to working with municipalities to develop commonsense regulations of short-term rentals....Read more
November 21, 2016

Why Short-Term Rentals Will Change the Business Travel Landscape

Skift: Why Short-Term Rentals Will Change the Business Travel Landscape
In its State of Business Travel 2016 report, Concur reported that, amongst its business travelers, home sharing is quickly gaining popularity, with 56% growth between Q1 2015 and Q1 2016. And Airbnb reported in July that its sales to business travelers increased threefold over the past year....Read more
September 20, 2016

Short-Term Rentals are Reshaping Real Estate Market in Some Cities

MarketPlace.org: Short-term rentals are reshaping real estate market in some cities
In a few ways, the McMillin Court in Nashville, Tenn. looks like a vintage motel. It is yellow-and-gray, two stories tall, and in the shape of a horseshoe. All 16 units have their own doors to the outside. The kicker is the neon sign in blue and yellow. It even touts “no vacancy,” although that’s kind of a joke. Since these are former apartments, there’s no front desk to inquire about a room. Guests like Luke Graham, of London, England, book online. “It ticked all the boxes really,” said Graham, 33. “A good rate. It’s easy to book … For me, it’s like, as long as you can get in and secure, that’s all you need.”...Read more
September 16, 2016

Instant Booking for Short-Term Rentals is Gaining Popularity

Skift: Airbnb Vacation Rental Exec Says Instant Booking Going Mainstream
The tide seems to be shifting in the vacation-rental arena as instantly confirmable bookings — as opposed to giving owners or property managers 24 hours or more to decide — is finally gaining momentum. That’s the view of Michael Endelman, who heads Airbnb’s vacation rental efforts in North America, and others, about the burgeoning instant booking trend in vacation rentals....Read more
August 24, 2016

The IRS is Now Helping People Pay Taxes on Their Short-Term Rentals

Skift: Hotels vs. Airbnb: Let the Battle Begin
On Aug. 22, the U.S. Internal Revenue Service (IRS) debuted an online Sharing Economy Resource Center to help taxpayers better understand how to file taxes for income earned through ride-sharing services like Uber and Lyft, or from renting out rooms and houses on platforms like Airbnb and HomeAway....Read more