Holiday Home Income

Earning an income from your holiday home is mainly down to levels of occupancy throughout the year. Naturally, type of property, location and facilities will have an effect. But overall, the more people you can accommodate, the more revenue you can generate from your holiday let investment – as you can see at a glance from the table below…

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Holiday Home Return On Investment

How Much Can You Earn?

Max Occupancy Gross Annual Income
2 £18,000 – £25,000+
4 £25,000 – £40,000+
6 £35,000 – £45,000+
8 £45,000 – £70,000+
10 £55,000 – £80,000+
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The key to successful holiday let management is consistently high occupancy levels throughout the year. That’s why we use everything from dynamic pricing to reflect demand, to flexible arrival and departure dates, as well as special offers to sell late breaks. By generating an extra 10% to 20% revenue from late bookings and ‘awkward slots’ we can increase your profits by up to 50% – without any extra effort from you. Unlike many other holiday property management companies, we can be flexible enough to do this for you.

Tips & Advice

If you would like to learn more about  letting out your holiday cottage or working with a holiday letting agent in the Cotswolds there are a number of articles below that will provide you with more detailed information: