Dive into our Property Investment category for a selection of articles, exploring the trends and opportunities in Australia's short-term rental market. Our expert analyses offer valuable insights for property investors seeking to capitalize on Airbnb and similar platforms.
The evolving landscape of property management and Australian real estate more broadly has opened doors to innovative ways of earning revenue. At the heart of this change is the rise of short-term rentals (STRs). While many property owners are familiar with the traditional long-term leasing model, t
Leveraging Airbnb's short-term rental platform can significantly boost revenue for property managers and real estate agents in Australia. With growing demand for unique accommodations, short-term rentals have generated nearly $4 billion in annual revenue.
A booming local economy, net interstate migration, and recent win to be the host city of the 2032 Olympic Games, Brisbane's future as Australia's next boom area for real estate investors and short-term rentals is looking bright.
Canberra is one of Australia's top performing markets for Airbnb and short-term rental in 2021, with occupancy rates averaging above 80%, driven by a thriving local economy and strong employment market.
Bookings for short-term rental accommodation in Sydney's Blue Mountains are surging as holiday makers continue turning to domestic travel with overseas trips remaining off the cards for most Australians in 2021.
MadeComfy Co-Founder and Co-CEO Quirin Schwaighofer presented the following talk at the ITB Asia 2020 Travel Trade Show in October this year, on a prediction for the short-term vacation rental market in the future.
Canberra, the nation's capital, has averaged an occupancy rate of 77% in the six months from March 2020 to August 2020, significantly ahead of larger capital cities which have been more affected by lockdowns and restrictions during the same time period. Market data source: AirDNA.
The travel and accommodation sector across Australia has experienced unprecedented change in 2020. Starting with the devastating summer bushfire season at the beginning of the year, to the Coronavirus pandemic from March and subsequent domestic travel recovery.