What could be better than taking regular vacations/holidays with your family and making money at the same time?
Buying vacation/holiday home might be the wisest investment you have ever considered.
Invest in your future and enjoy it too!
Orlando Vacation Homes – Charles Valeston, La Rosa Realty: What if you could provide a wonderful, private vacation/holiday spot for your family’s holiday time and make money to boot? Everyone thinks of vacations as expensive because, well, they usually are. If you were to purchase your own vacation/holiday home, however, you would be happy to report that your vacation actually made you money instead of costing you an arm and a leg.
These days of difficult economic circumstances are causing most families to rethink their vacation destinations and how they can save money when they want to get away for awhile. Being the owner of a vacation rental property might be the solution to providing a nice, relaxing trip to sun and surf while allowing you to rent the property out when you aren’t there enjoying it yourselves.
Rental properties are great investments because you receive far more in rent than you would if you were to rent a house or condominium on a year’s lease. For example, there might be a typical rental fee of $1,000 per month with a year’s rental agreement. A vacation rental would earn much more, as you can rent them out by the night, the weekend with a two-night minimum, by the week, or by the month for those looking for a short term rental in a resort area. Instead of $1,000 per month, you might be able to rent your property for $1,000 per week. Even at $500 for a two-night minimum weekend, you would stand to make $2,000 in a month with four weekends.
Planning a Family Reunion?
Family planning a reunion on a particular weekend and the party’s at your place? Great! Perhaps the less fortunate friends or relatives can afford to attend since you own the accommodations and won’t be charging them for their stay! The possibilities are really endless when you purchase a vacation home of your own. You choose when to vacation and whether or not you’ll rent the place to others to offset the costs of your own holidays.
Block out the week or weeks that your family wants to use the property and be sure that you don’t book guests for that time period. Of course, if money’s short or you just want to make the extra money, you can always accommodate a potential renter and move your family’s time to a different and less desired time slot. The point is it’s totally up to you. You will be the lord over your own vacation oasis.
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