Rent Your Vacation Home or Condo in Miami, Florida

There are many positive trends associated with short-term vacation rental in Miami. First, it is a great way to make extra money while you are away (and one of the easiest ways to do so). Second, it can be an effective way of marketing your home. And third, it can be a great way to attract new visitors and provide them with a unique experience. So, if you’re willing to put in the work, short-term vacation rental in Miami can be a great way to earn some extra income while you are away. And don’t forget that it is also a great way to market your home as well! There are many different types of short-term vacation rentals available in Miami. You can choose from a wide range of options when it comes to choosing your short-term vacation rental. For example, you can rent out your entire home or just one room. You can also choose from different types of properties – from shared apartments to condos to villas to more traditional houses. And you can choose from different price ranges too – from affordable stays for under $100 per night all the way up to luxurious stays for over $1,000 per night.

When partnering with RedAwning for your property management needs, we can make sure your Miami rental is set up correctly and ready to generate the most amount of revenue possible per stay.

Current Vacation Rental Trends in Miami

During the month of September, Miami and areas including South Beach, Brickell, Sunny Isles Beach, Downtown Miami, Coral Way, Coconut Grove, Upper East Side, Little Havana, Edgewater, Buena Vista, Wynwood, Doral, Flagami, Miami Gardens, Allapattah, North Miami, Midtown, Central Dade, West Flagler, North Miami Beach, Aventura, Little Haiti, North Bay Village, Coral Gables, Liberty City, Golden Glades, Ojus, Design District, Auburdale, Ives Estates, Miami Springs, Blue Lagoon, Miami Shores, South Miami, Tamiami, and Westchester are projected to generate over $226/night for a 2 bedroom vacation rental, on average! There were 13,593 vacation active rental properties in Miami.  11,617 are renting the entire place, and 1,976 are shared rooms.  On average, during the month of September 2022, each vacation rental property in Miami is booked 65% of the time, and most hosts are projected to generate $3,099 or more during the month of September! See how much you could earn with our free vacation rental income calculator.
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Successful short-term vacation rentals in Miami, Florida

Miami is known for its beaches, eclectic neighborhoods, and lively nightlife. It’s also becoming a popular destination for short-term vacation rentals. With an increasing number of visitors flocking to the area each year, there are plenty of opportunities for homeowners looking to make money renting out their properties. To get started, you need to first check whether it’s legal in your area to rent out your property as a short-term vacation rental. In most parts of Miami, it’s not. However, Miami Beach has some limited regulations regarding short-term vacation rentals. If you decide to go ahead with the rental plan, you should also consider renting out your home through an online platform like Airbnb or VRBO. Doing so will help you reach a wider audience and minimize the risk of getting into trouble with the authorities.

Tourism is one of the most important industries in Miami and a large part of the tourism industry is short term rentals. In fact, short term rentals are one of Miami’s largest industries. According to the Short Term Rental Association, short term rentals in Miami made up about 5% of all home rentals in 2017. That’s a lot of money! One of the main reasons that short term rentals are so popular in Miami is because they offer additional revenue opportunities. For example, many people choose to book a short term rental when they want to go on vacation. But there are also other reasons why people rent out their homes as short term rentals. For example, some people may rent out their homes as a way to make extra money. And others may rent out their homes when they are going through a difficult time in their lives and need a chance to relax and unwind for a few days or weeks. Whatever your reason for renting out your home as a short-term rental, it can be a great opportunity to make some extra money.

RedAwning takes the guess-work out of Miami property management, and we work with you to ensure your Miami short-term rental is set up perfectly to attract guests and maximize your rental revenue, from day-one.

See how much your Miami vacation rental could earn:

Revenue Projections for Vacation Rentals in Miami, Florida during October, 2022

Based on a 2 bedroom, which is the most common Miami vacation rental home size, we've come up with an estimated rental amount you could charge per night and how much demand there is for each day in October. Higher bars below can command higher prices, if your Miami vacation rental is available during these days.
 
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Average Daily Price & Percent Occupied Next Month In Miami

Note: These averages are based on a 2 bedroom home in Miami. If you'd like to find out how much revenue your home could make by providing the number of bedrooms and specifics about your vacation rental, please try our  free vacation rental calculator and/or speak with one of our vacation rental experts about your vacation home, condo or unique vacation rental experience.

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