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FW: Earn extra revenue this season, rent your property to holidaymakers!

 

 

From: HomeAway [mailto:jane@pickyourapple.co.uk]
Sent: 28 November 2016 18:57
To: Jason Boon <jason@jasonboon.co.uk>
Subject: Earn extra revenue this season, rent your property to holidaymakers!

 

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Are you going on holiday this winter? If your home is unoccupied for a week or more you can rent it to travellers and pay for your own holidays with the extra revenue you'll earn!

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* 8% commission + VAT will be charged for bookings through HomeAway websites. Commission from bookings originating from our expanded distribution partners may be higher.

** Based on the average of the top 5% of owners advertising on HomeAway.co.uk in the first quarter 2016' Source: HomeAway Customer Satisfaction Survey Q1 2016

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