Jersey Shore, NJAired on Dec 09, 2017
Terri and George are looking to purchase a vacation house/rental property on the Jersey Shore, where they once lived and dream of living again. A vacation house they can rent out in the summer for big money is the best way they can finance this dream of getting back to the area they love so much, and hopefully also generate enough profit to help them put their four sons through college. This is an expensive proposition so they’re counting on rental expert Holly Baker’s expertise to guide them as they search for the best home to maximize their vacation rental potential. To make that decision they’ll see beautiful homes in three prestigious areas along the Jersey Shore and will choose one to invest their money and future into.
Myrtle Beach, SCAired on Dec 09, 2017
Jay and Radha live on the outskirts of Myrtle Beach, and would love to someday have a home where they can enjoy the sand and the waves themselves. They’ve decided to take the plunge and buy a vacation rental property! The rental income will finance that dream, and hopefully also generate enough income to help pay down the mortgage on their primary residence. Jay and Radha are both realtors…they know how to advise people when buying and selling a home, but they have no idea what to look for in a vacation rental property and need Holly Baker’s expertise. Along the way to that big decision, they’ll see a condo right on the beach, a family friendly home, and a house two blocks from the busy beach.
Breckenridge, COAired on Dec 16, 2017
Stacie Marie is a young, single, independent professional, looking for a vacation rental property as an investment in her future. She is searching for her first home in Breckenridge, Colorado, a place she’s visited many times and wants to put down roots. Stacie travels the world for her job and, with Holly’s guidance, will choose a property that can accommodate guests all year long, giving her the best vacation rental potential! On her way to vacation rental ownership, Stacie tours a ski-in, ski-out mountainside chalet, a charming home in the center of Breckenridge, and a beautiful home with postcard views and a touch of glam.
Gatlinburg, TNAired on Dec 23, 2017
Dwight and Angie have their heart set on a Vacation Rental Property in the Smokey Mountains. But while Dwight’s searching for isolation in the mountains, Angie wants a cabin with all the comforts of home. Holly’s going to take them to a secluded mountain retreat, a cabin near downtown Gatlinburg and a resort community in hopes that they can find the perfect retirement nest egg.
Park City, UTAired on Jan 13, 2018
Chris and Steve want to purchase a vacation property in Park City, Utah where they’ve vacationed for 20 years. Park City is a place like no other–home to three world-class resorts, the prestigious events of 2002 Salt Lake City Olympics and a world famous international film festival, held every January. Chris and Steve are faced with an age old dilemma: to be on the slopes or in town? They need Holly’s help to decide which property would best maximize their vacation rental potential: an exquisite mountainside townhome in Deer Valley perfect for skiing enthusiasts, a charming single-family home just steps from Main Street perfect for festival goers, or an open and airy townhome by Park City Mountain that needs some sprucing up but comes in at the lower end of their budget.
Lakeside or Golf?Aired on Jan 20, 2018
Joy and her husband JJ want to own a Vacation Rental Property near or on Lake Travis, hoping the extra income will mean JJ won’t need to travel so much for work. But JJ gets called away before the house hunt can happen and Joy and Holly must go it alone. He’s after a house on a golf course, while Joy wants to be on the lake itself. Holly takes Joy to a lakefront paradise, a spectacular home not too far from shore and a golfer’s dream directly on a course. It’s not an easy choice when each one’s a winner!
Family Beach RetreatAired on Jan 27, 2018
BG and Lisa are looking for a Vacation Rental Property on the pristine coastline of South Walton, Florida. They are hoping to find a spacious getaway ideal for hosting large groups, but their $600,000 budget may not be enough. Holly shows them three very different options: a quintessential beach home with a large price tag, a house with a sizeable pool that needs a lot of work, and a house on the waterfront that will be costly to furnish. BG and Lisa hope they can find the perfect beach retreat that will be perfect for entertaining.
Golfing, Fishing or the Beach?Aired on Feb 03, 2018
Holly and Kurt moved to Alabama to enjoy a slower pace of life. They are now looking for a Vacation Rental Property in Gulf Shores. With their $550,000 budget, they’re hoping to find “the perfect” property where they can host large groups. But “perfect” in Gulf Shores could mean many things: close to the golf course, on a lagoon, or by the beach. Holly shows them three very distinct options: a spacious, three-bedroom house with a stunning pool by a prestigious golf course, a uniquely designed house with an incredible deck overlooking a lagoon teaming with fish, and a cute and homey cottage right on the beach.
FlagstaffAired on Feb 10, 2018
Michele wants to fulfill a longtime family dream of buying a vacation rental property in Flagstaff, Arizona, a charming mountain town only an hour from the Grand Canyon. She’s looking for a place where her family can cherish memories of vacations spent together with her husband, who recently passed away. With a max budget of $400,000, Michele hopes to find the ultimate kid-friendly vacation getaway, so other families can enjoy Flagstaff as much as she does. Holly shows Michele three properties that will give her guests a restful but fun family retreat: a cozy log cabin close to all the downtown amenities, a hexagon-shaped house with a unique hideaway for kids, and a split-level mountain lodge that’s a little further out of town.
SavannahAired on Feb 17, 2018
Two years ago, Megan fell in love with Savannah, Georgia, a charming city that offers the best of both worlds: historic architecture and sandy beaches. She would now like to put down roots, and hopes that by purchasing a vacation rental property, she can earn enough to buy a house for herself and her dog. She’s looking for a dog-friendly property that’s close to the aspects of the city she’s come to love, but she worries her $400,000 budget might not be enough. Holly shows Megan 3 great options for both creating the perfect vacation getaway and generating a profit: a one-bedroom historic loft in a desirable location, an open and spacious duplex a few blocks from the beach, and a victorian home with a lot of character close to the historic district.