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Vacation Rental Homes becoming all the rage with people in the U.S.

More and more people planning to spend their holidays are now looking for affordable vacation packages and preferring vacation rentals, instead of hotel rooms. Usually, when most people get the best vacation deals and travel for leisure to their favorite destinations, they choose to stay in hotels. However, this is fast changing and group of people going out to spend their holidays and have good times are greatly opting to stay in vacation rental homes.

Recent media reports said that vacation home rentals market in the United States is growing at a frenetic pace. The growth in vacation house rentals is so tremendous that it has the potential to become a big thing in the travel business.

There are various companies in the U.S., such as Fare Buzz and many others, which are providing a number of vacation rentals options. The customers are being offered single-family homes and condos, as well as more traditional lodging, at affordable prices.

The trend of cheap vacations home rentals is fast catching up and is being seen as a great money-saver for the customers. Companies say that vacation rentals indeed make sense to a number of people and offer them great opportunity to save big bucks while enjoying their holidays.

Even travel experts are of the opinion that groups of people, medium- to large-sized families as well as those wanting to stay at a single spot for a week or more usually find it convenient and cost effective to get vacation home rentals instead of hotel rooms after spending a fraction of amount they would have rather spent on their hotel stay.

According to media reports, the U.S. travel market has seen an increase from 10 percent to 13 percent in vacation rentals between 2008 and 2011. Even in the European travel market vacation rentals make up between 20 percent and 25 percent.