Sharing Property

News and resources for groups sharing property.

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Setting Expectations And Providing Reminders Are Key For Sharing.

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Two of the biggest issues facing shared property owners are: 1. How to split the expenses, and 2. Who gets to go on which days/nights? It may take some hard work upfront but getting everyone onboard in writing is crucial to successful sharing. Without this kind of agreement it is likely that resen ...

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We just added three new features: Multiple reservables, tentative/confirmed reservation status, and non-reserving members.

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When you are sharing use of a valuable resource it's important that everyone is on the same page when it comes to rules. These shouldn't be onerous or draconian, rules are most effective when they are kept as simple as possible and focus on safety, liability and consideration of others.

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Now clients can choose multiple nights as the standard booking option, or pre-defined day parts such as 10am-4pm or 11am-12pm for reservations.

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Sharing a property with family and/or friends can be a wonderful experience. Maybe you were left joint-ownership of a special property by a parent or grandparent, or perhaps you are joining forces with a group of friends to buy or rent a vacation place. Either way there are some important issues to ...

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We've added a new feature to Resercal. Now members can add themselves to the waitlist for a day, multiple days, or a custom time-slot that another member has reserved.

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SeniorsSkiing.com addresses the issue of sharing a ski house during the Coronavirus pandemic. Scheduling use and having a buffer between visits could help your season run smoothly.

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If you have ever driven away from a shared place and then wondered if the stove was off, a checklist could be a useful tool for peace of mind. We use one at our shared ski house.

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