The vacation rental option is today proving to become more and more popular as it provides in most cases more space (multiple bedrooms and bathrooms, separate living areas), more amenities (fully equipped kitchens, fireplaces, private hot tubs), convenient locations (on the beach, ski-in/ski-out) and greater privacy than a hotel.
Vacation rental by definition is a term used in the travel industry which means to rent out a furnished apartment or house on a temporary basis to tourists. This gives those going on a vacation and general tourists an alternative to leasing a hotel or motel room.
Vacation rental content is mainly composed of websites that cater to owners of vacation rental properties who would like a place on the internet a listing these properties. Those who become interested in a vacation rental can then utilize these sites by browsing through the available listings of vacation rental properties and specials if any.
To find vacation rental content one simply needs to go to a popular search engine such as Google or MSN search and type into the search box vacation rentals. At the time of this writing there were over 37 million pages with vacation rental content. You can narrow this down a bit by putting your
search term in quotes like “vacation rentals”. This will bring back just over 14 million pages with vacation rental content. That’s quite a lot of information to sift through!
You will also notice when you begin clicking on any links for vacation rental content that most of the first few hundred if not thousand pages are all focused on vacation rental directories or vacation rental content directed at guides and listings of vacation rental property owners. You have
to dig pretty deep and spend a lot of time before you find much information that is focused on helping the consumer to learn the ups and downs of vacation rentals.
In some popular vacation and tourist locations the tremendous growth of vacation rentals has become such a threat to the local hotel and motel industry that the local authorities have begun passing regulations in an attempt to limit the growth of the vacation rental industry.
Since it is our intention to cover information on both sides of the fence when it comes to vacation rental content we will be scheduling some articles specifically aimed at helping consumers learn more about the vacation rental industry so that you can make more informed choices and know exactly what you may be getting into when it comes to vacation rentals.
For now we want to direct our attention to the vast…