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How OTAs & Channel Management providers can help holiday home owners maximise profits

If you’re a holiday home owner, you’re likely looking for ways to maximise profits during the peak holiday season. One way to do this is by working with an online travel agency (OTA) or a channel management provider, such as AirBnB, Vrbo, Trip Advisor or OTAs can help you to sell more bookings for […]


How to Market Your Holiday Home: Tips to Increase Bookings

Are you looking for ways to market your holiday home and increase bookings? If so, you’re in luck! There are a number of things you can do to get your property seen by more potential guests. In this article, we’ll discuss a few tips to help you get started. 1. Know your target market No […]


Health & Safety Legislation for Holiday Lets

When letting your property as a holiday home, it’s important that you understand the proper regulations, so your guests are safe during their stay – and for your own peace of mind, too! But understanding certification can feel overwhelming, especially when you’re starting out. If you’ve ever wondered what certification is needed to make sure […]


What Makes a Good Holiday Let Property?

5 minute approx read time Welcome to Doctor David’s Holiday Letting Clinic! If you’ve ever dreamed of being your own landlord and profiting from renting out your home, now may be the perfect time to do it! Holiday home letting has become increasingly popular in the UK this past decade, with the market predicted to […]

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