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We are getting ready to list a vacation rental and noticed that virtually everything in our area (and surrounding areas) is already rented for August 19-23 of 2017--we are about 5 miles from the center of the path of totality of the upcoming eclipse. We've pretty much figured out our normal seasonal pricing, but how does one price for something like this? From the few things that are not yet rented, it appears landlords have applied a multiplier of between 2 and 8 to their normal rents.

Anyone have any experience with this type of situation??


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