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Hawaii Vacation Rental Trends 2009
 

Hawaii Vacation Rental Trends 2009

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A summary of booking trends for vacation rental homes and condos in Hawaii for January to August 2009.

A summary of booking trends for vacation rental homes and condos in Hawaii for January to August 2009.

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    • 2009 Vacation Rental Trends Hawaii Edition
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    • Booking Volumes are Recovering Note: Includes short and long-term bookings.
    • Rent Dollars are Recovering Note: Includes short and long-term bookings.
    • Average Rent is Down from 2008 Note: Includes only short-term bookings. Longest and shortest are the range of averages for agencies in the analysis.
    • Hawaii Average Stay Around a Week Note: Includes only short-term bookings. Longest and shortest are the range of averages for agencies in the analysis.
    • Lead Times have Gotten Even Shorter in 2009 Note: Includes only short-term bookings. Longest and shortest are the range of averages for agencies in the analysis.
    • Monday is the Big Day for Bookings
    • Arrivals Evenly Spread Through the Week
    • The Hawaii Vacation Rental Booking Clock Note: Times are Hawaiian time.
    • Weekend Bookings are Smaller Bookings
    • Long Range Planners Book Early in the Week