Rent A Outer Banks Vacation Home Opened Today in Kitty Hawk NC Under Subsidiary Rent My Vacation Home (RMVH Network)

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This is store number 26 for Rent My Vacation Home located at, 5561 N. Croatan Hwy, Suite #101, Kitty Hawk, NC. 27949, phone # 252-489-4530.There was a live band and plenty of giveaways. The computer generated look of the vacation homes was quite lifelike and showed 3D Views.

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Rent a Outer Banks Vacation Home located at, 5561 N. Croatan Hwy, Suite #101, Kitty Hawk, NC. 27949, phone # 252-489-4530.Homewoners can list their homes for 99.00 a Year with 30 Days Free.

This new store number is 26 and features an innovative call room atmosphere where vacationers and Home owners a can attuned seminars and how to work shops.
The Web frontier for vacation-home owners is vast and continuing to grow as they tap into new resources to market their properties. And networking Web sites can offer a support network for owners navigating the apparently bump-filled rental market.

“When people are looking to rent a vacation home they really want to feel like they are inside it and that they know the home,” said Jay Kalin CEO of Rent My Vacation Home dot com, “Making a video is so much better than trying to put all that into words.”

Mr. Kalin has videos, both on YouTube and Google Video that his company makes for home owners: One showcases the house and some of its features, like the brand of mattresses in the home. The other focuses on the community, which has three golf courses and two swimming pools. Both videos include a link to the Web site for the house, bethanybeachhomerentals.com.

From a technical standpoint, YouTube makes it easy to post a video on a personal site, too, Mr. Kalin said. “We were trying to show a virtual tour on our Web site and were able to do it,” because of technical hurdles, he said. But posting a video solved this problem.

Nevertheless, any vacation-home owner is likely to confess that marketing the house to renters is only half the battle. And, perhaps the easy half, once you read through the postings on Rent My Vacation Home dot com net work (RMVH) of 83 web sites including Rent A Outer Banks Vacation Home dot com. The site allows vacation homeowners to hash out the apparently never ending string of Leads from renters that come when renting out their second home.

Owners vent about problem guests, like those who complain about the lack of ketchup and mayonnaise in the refrigerator or refuse to obey the no smoking policies. Some get advice on larger issues, like what to do when an hour before a renter gets there the electricity in the house fails. The solution, wrote one poster, is to light candles and “gets lots of drinks” for the guests.

Homeowners dominate the discussion on the Net work of 83 sites, but there is a section dedicated to property owners, who address, among other topics, the difficulty in renting out homes because of the shortage of rental properties. Additionally, The store and web sites have Groups that offers advice on the rental market.

Mr. Kalin started Rent My vacation Home in 1984 and today has 83 stores .The stores are in place for vacation home owners to get advice on improving their Web sites. It quickly morphed into a hub for owners to trade tips on everything from when to withhold a security deposit to how to remove red wine stains.

And often it is those small details that can be the most confounding. In fact one of the most popular topics on Rent A Outer Banks Vacation is about towels, with some 247 posts that have been viewed more than 15,000 times. “It’s called ‘How Many Towels,’ ” said Mr. Kalin, noting that in the vacation home rental world, this is one of the few certainties. “Guests, somehow, will always ruin towels.”

Next time in the Outer Banks visit Rent My Vacation Home dot com brach office called Rent A Outer Banks Vacation Home dot com, located at, 5561 N. Croatan Hwy, Suite #101, Kitty Hawk, NC. 27949, phone # 252-489-4530. Homewoners can list their homes for 99.00 a Year with 30 Days Free.

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