Thursday, December 12, 2013


Luxury Homeowners Hope to Score Big During Super Bowl

High-end homes, even yachts, in the New York metro area are being offered for thousands a day



  The cost of renting a home may be split among friends or family, while everyone is able to take pleasure in sharing a spacious environment. It’s a great bargain!  What’s great is that there are convenient websites that will help you search for the perfect home.  EventHomes.com is a web operated company, which acts as an intermediary between renters and homeowners.  The uniqueness of EventHomes lies in the fact that they’ve chosen a great niche and understands their target population.  Either individuals attending are wealthy enough to afford such costs, have saved for the event, or will divide costs with a group.Ultimately, they are willing to pay the price! EventHomes allows users to search via event, i.e. Super Bowl, 2016 Winter Olympics, and 2016 Summer Olympics. Once you’ve selected an event, you may choose a home by the number of bedrooms, bathrooms, parking options, and/or how close you’d prefer to be to the event.  This is a wonderful way to make travels easy for foreigners seeking lodging for events, such as the 2016 Summer Olympics.  Quite frankly, any way to make traveling more convenient will always receive an “A+” in my book!  Also, homeowners are able to post their home for free. It was mentioned that though this may be a great way to secure lodging during the time of a popular sporting event, there are legal contracts involved that can become an inconvenience for both homeowners and renters. This may pose a problem, especially for the amateur landlords seeking to make a quick profit.   Despite the legalities, I’m sure many will cease the opportunity.

 
 
Kinnelon, N.J.:The Wheeler estate, used as a setting for films and commercials, has a game room and adjacent nanny's quarters. Price: $40,000 for four days. Claudio Papapietro for The Wall Street Journal

Link to full article: Luxury Homeowners Hope to Score Big by Renting to Super Bowl Fans - WSJ.com

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