PORTLAND, Ore.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Jan 28, 2021–
Vacasa, North America’s leading vacation rental platform, has released its 2020/21 report outlining the Best Places to Buy a Winter Vacation Home. Vacasa’s third annual ranking of the Best Places to Buy a Winter Vacation Home is based on cap rate, or the annual rate of return on investment, and includes key market data to help potential buyers determine which market is right for them.
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Vacasa vacation rental in Big Sky, Montana, which ranked the best place to buy a winter
This winter marks North America’s first full cold season in the midst of COVID-19. Where the onset of the pandemic abruptly closed many heliski lodges last March, those same lodges have been working for months to put new health and safety protocols, according to the most updated requirements from medical experts, in place to welcome guests back this winter.
One of the emerging trends in the industry is an option to buy out the entire heliski experience for you and your chosen bubble of people. Where you would normally be sharing a helicopter and the lodge with other groups, and
Here’s the best places to buy a vacation rental home in 2020. Rented.com recently teamed with Weiss Analytics for its annual deep dive into the economics of owning a vacation rental home. Research criteria included comparing “the cost of homeownership, short-term revenue potential, cost to acquire and annual appreciation as well as projected changes in asset value.”
It’s no surprise that drive-to destinations are in demand. The report concludes, “trends have made a dramatic shift to drive-to destinations. This might be short term, but for now, markets within 2-5 hours
After peaking at the end of 2017, shares of Camping World (NYSE:CWH) have had a tough couple of years — that is, until the coronavirus blindsided the world. While the company took a hit in the first quarter of 2020, results have come back with a vengeance since then as the pandemic left its mark on American consumer behavior. While it would be easy to say this is a one-off tailwind for the RV retailer, that wouldn’t be completely fair.
In the nearly four years Camping World has been a public company, its