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America's hottest entrepreneurial trend is buying properties to rent through online services like HomeAway. Budding real estate entrepreneurs watch their favorite real estate shows and dream about getting into the market, but can't risk their entire savings on a flip. Designer and real estate expert Holly Baker will show viewers how to profit from real estate using the new sharing economy, sharing her secrets of balancing location, renovation design and operating costs to start earning income on day one.
Terri and George create a memorable beach experience.
Radha and Jay find the perfect family-friendly getaway.
Stacie creates a glamorous mountainside retreat.
Dwight and Angie discover a rustic cabin retreat.
Chris and Steve want to purchase a vacation property in Park City, Utah where they've vacationed for 20 years. Park City is a place like no other--home to three world-class resorts, the prestigious events of 2002 Salt Lake City Olympics and a world famous international film festival, held every January. Chris and Steve are faced with an age old dilemma: to be on the slopes or in town? They need Holly's help to decide which property would best maximize their vacation rental potential: an exquisite mountainside townhome in Deer Valley perfect for skiing enthusiasts, a charming single-family home just steps from Main Street perfect for festival goers, or an open and airy townhome by Park City Mountain that needs some sprucing up but comes in at the lower end of their budget.
Joy and her husband JJ want to own a Vacation Rental Property near or on Lake Travis, hoping the extra income will mean JJ won't need to travel so much for work. But JJ gets called away before the house hunt can happen and Joy and Holly must go it alone. He's after a house on a golf course, while Joy wants to be on the lake itself. Holly takes Joy to a lakefront paradise, a spectacular home not too far from shore and a golfer's dream directly on a course. It's not an easy choice when each one's a winner!
A couple hope to find a spacious getaway ideal for hosting large groups on the pristine coastline of South Walton, Fla., but their $600,000 budget may not be enough; Holly presents three very different options.
Holly and Kurt's first vacation rental offers the best of both worlds — a secluded setting that's still just a quick drive away from fishing, golf and other activities.
Michelle's unique home is anything but boring. Beyond its unique hexagon shape, her rental is full of features including a hot tub, a fireplace and a kid-friendly loft.
A woman's options for a vacation rental property in Savannah, Ga., include a one-bedroom loft in a desirable location, an open and spacious duplex a few blocks from the beach, and a Victorian home close to the historic district.
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