Short Term Rental News2020-07-14T11:21:14+10:00

Palmy is back baby! Holiday house shortage looms as demand booms

By |July 29th, 2020|

Property managers predict this winter will be the busiest ever for Sydney's northern beaches holiday house market as cooped up Sydneysiders make the area their weekend playground. They also report Christmas bookings are being made More ...

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Short-term rentals outperform hotels across 27 markets during COVID

By |July 23rd, 2020|

Short-term rentals have been much more popular than "traditional hotels" throughout the COVID pandemic, recording significantly higher occupancy rates between March and June, according to the preliminary findings of a joint analysis across 27 global More ...

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Registration on the way for NSW short term rental industry

By |July 1st, 2020|

ASTRA Chairman Rob Jeffress The NSW government will introduce formal registration of short term rental properties in the first half of next year, the The Australian Short Term Rental Accommodation Industry Association (ASTRA) More ...

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Sonder says occupancies now at 75%, raises $170m funding

By |June 26th, 2020|

Sonder interior. Company says guests want digital check-in, keyless entry, professional cleaning, and no contact. Leading short term rental company Sonder has just raised US$170m and says average occupancy has bounced back to More ...

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Vacasa Raises Another USD108m, Talks Up Prospects

By |June 5th, 2020|

Vacasa, the largest vacation rental platform in North America, has a emerged from a dark period with good news – an USD108 million fundraising. Financing was led by existing investor Silver Lake – which recently More ...

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Welcome to Winter – Queensland Comes to the Party as East Coast Australia Opens its Doors to Tourism

By |June 1st, 2020|

Late autumn sunset at Narrabeen, a popular tourist spot on Sydney’s northern beaches. A surprise last-minute decision by Queensland to encourage travel within the state means the entire east coast of mainland Australia More ...

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