Dennis Klett, director of Domegos, says: “Reluctance to sell in a period where property prices are falling has pushed a lot of bach owners to look for alternative ways to make capital gains on their holiday home.”
In turn, this trend has resulted in an increased number of people renting out their second homes for the first time.
Dennis Klett comments: “Many have owned a second property for years but have been content to hand the keys to family and friends or let it sit empty – now they are realising that they can put it to good use and cover costs until the property markets pick up again.”
Last year, UK-based Domegos launched its free website in New Zealand and currently has a portfolio of more than 5,000 holiday homes in New Zealand and all around the world. The website charges neither a yearly subscription fee nor a commission for helping
owners to rent out their holiday homes.
“While other sites charge up to NZD 200 per year for promoting holiday homes online, our zero-cost alternative has successfully convinced many owners to offer their properties for rent for the first time” said Marco De Gregorio, co-founder of Domegos.
One page is assigned for each bach, comprising more than 17 photos, an interactive Google map, and an availability calendar, making the website an essential part for bach owners seeking to make some extra-money. All baches are promoted in New Zealand and nine other countries in five different languages.
For more information please visit http://www.domegos.co.nz
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Domegos is a leading online holiday home marketplace, connecting bach owners with renters. UK-based Domegos Ltd. operates in 10 countries around the world with Domegos.co.nz being its first branded website in the Asia-Pacific region. Domegos.co.nz offers bach owners to advertise their property free of charge. The business model is based on online advertising from third parties and premium services.