New A&E show details income potential behind short-term vacation rentals
December 16, 2017
Stacie Fredrich recently bought her first home in Breckenridge, a mansion where her extended family could gather.
The home stretched the single, 30-something's budget. But, with expected income from renting to visiting vacationers, the always-traveling consultant for a pharmaceutical company, plans to own the property for generations. And her purchase was documented in a new A&E Network series called "Vacation Rental Potential," a partnership between short-term rental titan HomeAway and Chicken Soup for the Soul Entertainment.
"Being a part of the show really helped me realize the potential income I could get from the home," Fredrich said. "I mean, I could have bought a condo or a one-, two-bedroom, but I was looking for a space that could accommodate my family — something I could enjoy as well as guests, something unique in the mountains that could draw guests who will help me offset the costs of ownership."
Read more at the Denver Post.
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