June 19, 2009
-- People living close to the Celtic Manor in Newport are getting excited at the prospect of renting out their homes to the thousands of golf fans planning to visit South Wales for the Ryder Cup 2010 event. According to the Managing Director of Acleshia ltd (www.acleshia.com)
Steven Stokes, if you live close to the Celtic Manor Resort and you have an attractable home then you can realistically charge £1,000 - £1,500 per person for the whole of the stay. He stated that a 5 bedroom property that had the potential of sleeping up to 10 people could expect to rent for £10,000 to £15,000.
This has landed as music in the ears for locals who are desperate to earn extra money in these difficult financial times. The Ryder Cup is the largest corporate event in the world and will attract business professionals and keen golfers from around the globe. The event is often regarded as the third largest sporting event and will be expected to attract an enormous amount of visitors that will each be searching for the right accommodation. In 2006 the event attracted over 260,000 and this figure is expected to be achieved again for the 2010 event. The Ryder Cup tickets are to be drawn later this year and this is when Steven Stokes predicts there will be a large influx of people searching for properties close to the event. He goes on to say that this is a once in a lifetime opportunity to rent out your home and potentially earn a large sum in a very short period of time. If the expected visitors will be achieved then accommodation will be very competitive and hard to come by giving homeowners this real opportunity.
Do you own a respectable property that will be suitable for these golfing enthusiasts?
If so then why don’t you visit www.acleshia.com where you can follow the instructions to get your home online.
Acleshia Ltd is a fairly young, ambitious business whose target is to provide and help individuals find alternative accommodation at major sporting events and to also help the local communities that surround the event to benefit from renting out their properties.