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I‑PRAC spoke to Janet, whose family paid thousands for a holiday rental in Majorca in 2015, only to discover that they had been scammed one month before.
Short-term private holiday rentals have so far escaped much regulation. But recent changes and future developments will improve the sector for everyone.
It’s easy for fraudsters to create convincing fake luxury holiday listings. But, with our tips on what to look for, you can avoid being led into a trap.
Before you start taking bookings, you need to make sure you comply with the rules and regulations that help you stand out as a legitimate rental operator.
Fake property listings are a big problem in the holiday rental industry. Learn how to spot fake photos so that you only deal with genuine places to stay.
Attention to details, personal touches and plenty of info - make sure you stand out with our complete checklist for holiday rental owners and agencies.