For Owners

For Owners

Our Approach

At The Simple Life Hospitality, our primary objective is to manage our client’s properties with the highest integrity. Being property owners ourselves, we understand the significance of vacation homes as a sanctuary where we create memories with loved ones. We strive to ensure that our client’s properties are well-maintained and respected by both guests and caretakers, recognizing that they are a reflection of their owners.

Guest Hospitality

We create a rapport with our potential guests and ask them to treat the properties as if they were our house guests rather than “renters.” We communicate with guests before, during (as needed), and after their stays to ensure that everything runs smoothly and they can provide a positive review.

A Proven Track Record

While we cannot guarantee success with every rental property, we have a proven track record with many properties. We use this long-standing experience to identify best practices that we incorporate into all rentals. Your success is our success; if you don’t succeed, neither do we.

Modern Processes

Providing guests with the option to book online using credit cards and self-check-in at their convenience is preferred over antiquated methods of other property managers requiring guests to book over the phone, write checks and pick up keys at an office. By providing flexibility, we can increase the likelihood of guests making reservations. We believe that an inconvenienced guest is less likely to book.

Maximize Your Revenue

We have case studies proving that we bring our owners far more revenue than if they self-manage or work with another property manager. Lower commission property managers and self-management often COST you money. Using dynamic pricing software and marketing on various channels, our properties often earn 29% or more than properties that are self-managed or managed by other vacation rental managers.

See our case study about self-management here. 

See our case study about switching from a lower-commission property manager here. 

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Owners Portal

A vacation rental owner portal serves as a centralized platform for homeowners to manage various aspects of their rental property. Here are several reasons why having such a portal is beneficial:

Financial Management: The portal allows owners to track rental income, expenses. This helps them keep a close eye on their cash flow and overall financial performance.

Transparency: Complete visibility into what the property manager is doing regarding bookings rates, calendars , owner statements and much more.

Maintenance and Housekeeping: Homeowners can see maintenance tasks and housekeeping services through the portal. This ensures that the property is well-maintained and in good condition for guests.

Performance Analytics: The portal offers analytical tools that provide insights into the property’s performance, such as occupancy rates, average rental income, and guest demographics. Property Managers will use this data to consult with and make informed decisions about pricing, marketing strategies, and property improvements.

Legal and Compliance: Owners can access legal documents, rental agreements, and compliance guidelines through the portal. This ensures that they are up-to-date with local regulations and are operating their rental business legally.

Guest Reviews and Feedback: Owners can see guest reviews and feedback through the portal, allowing them to address any issues promptly and help improve the overall guest experience.

Overall, a vacation rental owner portal provides convenience, efficiency, and transparency for property owners, allowing them to clearly see how their property manager is doing to maximize their returns.

Owner FAQ’s

Here is a list of our most frequently asked questions for from our property owner partners. The topics include:

  • How do I get started?
  • What do your services include?
  • How do you charge for your services?
  • How long does it take to get up and running?
  • What do you need to provide your guests?
  • How often can I stay at my property?
  • How do you handle property damages?
  • Should you allow a pet at your property?
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