This has to be a joke.
The Poconos house rental above lists for $1 million. That’s rent, people.
In the same posting, the owners of Lustgarten-On-The-Lake talk about how you can stay in their spacious Poconos Pine property for “peanuts,” which could mean just that. Will the landlords of this gem hit me on Twitter @checkincheckout? I’m impressed with your marketing tactic.
Because in a sea of listings, you still have to make your vacation home stand out.
Whether it’s a deck with sunset views, an outdoor kitchen next to a grotto pool or a location within the hottest neighborhood in San Francisco, you have to showcase your vacation rental just as aggressively as if it was listed for sale. Internet users are a savvy bunch who are willing to spend countless hours of “research” on the Web.
The Poconos house has a lot going for it already: a backyard lake with fishing rock, hot tub, fireplace, community pools and access to three ski areas nearby.
Would you pay $1 million for it? And if not, what would you pay?
Talk to me on Twitter.