From skiing Okemo in the winter to swimming in Buttermilk Falls in the summer, travelers come to Ludlow for its small-town feel and invigorating outdoor opportunities. Vacation rentals afford visitors the quintessential Ludlow experience, and since the recent addition of Okemo to the EpicPass, we're expecting increased demand for winters to come.
The time is right to rent your Ludlow vacation home, and there are relatively few barriers to short-term rentals. At the moment, there are no zoning or permitting regulations to consider; vacation rentals simply incur a 9 percent Vermont State Hotel Tax.
Whether you live down the road or across state lines, it helps to have a team of local people looking after your home and your guests. Your local housekeeping, maintenance, and operations teams all live in the area and know Ludlow's rhythms and challenges. We're there for you and your guests 24/7, allowing you peace of mind and an uninterrupted night's sleep when a visitor forgets their keys. We'll never limit the number of days you can use your home, and it will always be ready to enjoy when you arrive.
While we prize outstanding local care, we also excel in getting you more bookings and improved income. We'll market your home internationally on sites like Airbnb, Google, and TripAdvisor for nightly prices that automatically adjust to local events and seasonal demand. When guests book your home at optimized rates, you get the most out of your investment.
We're here to make renting your vacation home simple and profitable. Contact us, and find out what a full-service Ludlow vacation rental manager can do for you.
With Vacasa's Perfect Rate technology and broad marketing distribution, owners who switch to Vacasa earn 31% more in their first year.*
Vacasa's local employees are here to deliver the exceptional service that you, your home, and your guests deserve.
Owning a second home shouldn’t be your second job. Vacasa takes care of the details so you can enjoy your home.
In 2009, after assuming responsibility for his wife's family vacation home, our founder Eric Breon struggled to find a property manager capable of providing quality care and a satisfying financial return. This is how Vacasa began—with a vision to deliver a seamless experience for vacation home owners, through innovative technology and local staff, wherever guests want to travel.
In the last decade, thousands of homeowners have joined the Vacasa family, and we now manage more than 23,000 vacation properties around the world. We’d love to help you discover the Vacasa difference: earn more, worry less, and rent with ease.
Vacasa offers property management and other real estate services directly through Vacasa LLC and through Vacasa LLC's licensed subsidiaries. Click here for more information about Vacasa's licensed real estate brokerage/property manager in your state. Vacasa’s licensed real estate brokerages/property managers include: Vacasa Alabama LLC; Vacasa Arizona LLC; Vacasa Florida LLC; Vacasa Louisiana L.L.C. (licensed in Louisiana); Vacasa Michigan LLC, 947-800-5979; Vacasa Nevada LLC; Vacasa New Hampshire LLC, P.O. Box 283, Conway NH 03818, Dave Grant, Broker of Record; Vacasa New Mexico LLC, 503-345-9399; Vacasa New York LLC, 888-433-0068, Susan E. Scanlon, Real Estate Broker; Vacasa North Carolina LLC; Vacasa Pennsylvania LLC; Vacasa Real Estate LLC (licensed in Idaho, Oregon, and Utah); Vacasa Real Estate LLC (licensed in Colorado, 720-727-9358); Vacasa Real Estate LLC (licensed in Tennessee, 615-671-9916); Vacasa Real Estate LLC (licensed in Washington, Robert Brush, Designated Broker); Vacasa Resort Rentals of Hilton Head Island LLC; Vacasa South Carolina LLC; Vacasa Tennessee LLC; Vacasa Vacation Rentals of Hawaii LLC, 3350 Lower Honoapiilani Road, Suite 600, Lahaina, HI 96761; Vacasa Vacation Rentals of Montana LLC, Patrice Tompkins, Licensed Property Manager; Vacasa Virginia LLC; Vacasa Wisconsin LLC.
*Average increase in net revenue with Vacasa during the first year for owners who were eligible for, and chose to participate in, a Vacasa performance guarantee. Figures based on the average of first-year income guarantees that finished August 2018–August 2019.