Short Term Real Estate

Miami Beach and Fort Lauderdale

 

Today, 23% of leisure travelers
have stayed in a vacation rentals as
an alternative to a traditional hotel.

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of leisure travelers are expected to
stay in a vacation rental as an
alternative to a traditional hotel or
resort during the next two years.

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of affluent leisure travelers (income of $125K+
are interested in staying in a vacation rental as
an alternative to a traditional hotel or resort.

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2015 was the busiest year in recent
history for visitation to Greater
Miami and the Beaches with and
estimated 15.5 million visitors

 

 

 

During 2015, overnight visitors
spent an estimated $24.4
billion in direct expenditures in
Greater Miami and the Beaches.

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Visitors who stayed in Greater Miami and the
Beaches are increasingly staying at rented homes
and condos year after year.

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Year after year, Fort Lauderdale

has seen an increase in visitors.

From 14.3m in 2014 to 15.5m in 2015.

 

 

 

2015 saw an all-time high

in hotel occupancy for Fort

Lauderdale – 88.9 percent

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[1] Ypartnership/Harrison Group
[2] http://partners.miamiandbeaches.com/
[3] https://www.sunny.org/partners/marketresearch/
[4] Greater Fort Lauderdale Convention & Visitors
Bureau

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