Expected Recovery Phases and a New Focus on Domestic Tourism.

The vacation rental industry is going through a difficult time, but we’re all hopeful that there’s a light at the end of the tunnel. As countries begin to loosen their lockdown restrictions and the world turns back to normal, there will be a transition to venturing back into the wider world, albeit at a slow pace.  In this article, we’ll walk you through what we expect post-confinement recovery phases to look like, how to market your properties to domestic travellers and suggest which bookings sites to get listed on.

Post-confinement travel trends: domestic tourism

“Getaway destinations close to nature and niche luxury properties will increase and be much more desired after recovering from the lock-down in the cities,” CEO of AIRBNB BRIAN CHESKY

Expected Recovery Phase 1: Regional tourism picks up

“2020 could well become the year of the car.” Clayton Reid, chief executive of travel industry analyst MMGY Global said in an article published in Los Angeles Times Recovery will begin with the exploration of the familiar. Shorter, closer drive-to destinations with a lower spend will be on the increase. First to our own backyards – to our local restaurants, attractions, parks and places that we took for granted before the pandemic. There will also be an increase of movement as people seek reconnection, be it family reunions, weddings, christenings or transformational travel. We expect a faster snapback straight after confinement because it’s the promise of happiness and connection with people you know and love.
 

Expected Recovery Phase 2: Domestic tourism gets a big push

As domestic restrictions ease up, we expect to see far more interest in domestic travel and staycations. According to internal travel experts, they have seen a 20 percentage points increase in guests travelling within the same country compared with the previous year.  

The use of cars and train travel will increase drastically as travellers explore corners of their own countries they never thought of visiting

Expected Recovery Phase 3: Business travel sees a comeback

Business travel will be the next phase of recovery. It is expected to have a rapid snapback due to pent-up demand, but there are also suggestions that the level of business travel will settle at a structurally lower level. With the evolution of improved tools like Zoom and more distributed teams, business travel might not reach the level it was before the COVID-19 crisis. 

Expected Recovery Phase 4: International travel returns

Lastly, we expect international and group travel to be the last to return as consumers regain confidence in flying again. It will take time for the memories of the risk of contagion and of being stranded far from home to fade. However, the trends that have made travel one of the world’s favourite leisure activities remain and will likely enable leisure travel levels to continue to grow.

Should You Stage Your Puerto Vallarta Home For Sale?

Puerto Vallarta is a resort town on the Pacific coast of Mexico, in the province of Jalisco. It is renowned for its resorts, water activities and the nightlife. Its cobblestone center is dedicated to the ornate church of Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe, several eateries, as well as boutiques.

Considering the remarkable area of Puerto Vallarta, the real estate market is in a position of a boom. Moreover, with the new strategies of the real estate dealers, the houses are being staged to get a better deal.

Staged homes and furnished homes are very distinct from each other, even though they sound very similar; in reality, they are not. To determine if a house is furnished or staged, there are two factors that you must consider:

  1. How old the furniture is and what is a condition
  2. How appealing is the furniture to the potential buyers

Importance of Staging

Sometimes a furnished home can detract the buyer from its worth based on the type and nature of the interior. For instance, if the furniture is in bad condition or ripped up, potential clients will find it unpleasant, and they will think that you haven’t maintained the house well. Hence the chances are that they will not buy the house. Alternatively, if the decor is stunning and in excellent condition, it will be hard for prospective buyers to see anything other than the furniture. The buyers will end up focusing on your furniture and will ignore the actual house.

Real estate agents often encounter questions regarding Puerto Vallarta homes for sale. Recent research shows that staged Puerto Vallarta homes for sale could sell up to 82 percent quicker than those that are not staged. There are some variations between the Puerto Vallarta property market and the Canadian and American markets. Staging your house for sale indeed increases the chances of a quick contract at a high value.

If you want to sell your house in Puerto Vallarta, you should keep the furniture that looks great and is in good condition. This will increase the worth of your home and reduce the time that you would spend looking for a buyer. Our 20 years of experience in the market has told us that a property dealer will give you honest views about your furniture for the house to sell quickly.

Nota final:

If you want to set up your Puerto Vallarta homes for sale, you should make sure that you set up your house very nicely so it attracts potential buyers more than it would have otherwise.

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