Homeowners are making enough money on VRBO, an American vacation rental online marketplace.

Homeowners who offer short-term rentals through VRBO earn an average of $33,000 per year.


Of course, those earnings aren’t guaranteed. Factors like location, property size, and occupancy rate influence how much you can earn on VRBO.

Homeowners can see how much they can earn and how to up their chances of getting a booking.


A survey by short-term rental marketplace Vrbo found the average owner who rents out a second home collects more than $33,000 a year in rental revenue.


VRBO was acquired by HomeAway in 2006. Expedia Group acquired HomeAway on December 15, 2015.

On March 27, 2019, VRBO was re-branded Vrbo, including a new logo, capitalization, and pronunciation.


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