New Yorkers Warned To Be Aware of Vacation Rental Scams
As we approach the most popular time of the year for booking vacations, more and more people are listing their properties for rent on various platforms such as social media, VRBO, and even Craigslist.
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While the thrill of finding a good deal on a vacation rental property is euphoric, especially with the financial situation many New Yorkers have found themselves in recently thanks to gas prices and inflation, vacation rental scams have a tendency to begin rearing their ugly heads right around this time of year.
Before you book a vacation rental property, give a down payment, or pay for a vacation rental property in full, there are steps you should take in order to avoid becoming the victim of a vacation rental scam.
7 Ways To Protect Yourself From Becoming The Victim Of A Vacation Rental Property Scam
Before you book a vacation rental property, there are seven steps you should take in order to avoid becoming the victim of a vacation rental property scam.
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