Travel news you can use from The Travel Detective® Hotels & Accommodations , Travel Tips — on August 13, 2013 6:00 am
Have you ever stepped into a vacation rental only to find the place is small, dingy, miles from beach, or simply…not there? Here’s how you can protect yourself on your next rental.
The new Vacation Rental Bill of Rights was developed by, you guessed it, a management company. But the overall concept is sound. As a renter, you have the right to access detailed and accurate listings, and properties should always be regularly inspected and maintained.
Most importantly, you should be able to pay online for your rental—and not get involved with sketchy transactions like wiring money or mailing checks.
But even if you’re using a peer-to-peer service, there are some important tips to remember.There are no standards in the vacation rental industry, so it’s all about the definition […]
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