Find out more about earning an income through letting
The EasyLet Scheme – what is it?
Becoming an owner gives you more than a holiday home, it also gives you the opportunity to get some return on your holiday home when you’re not using it. Letting your holiday home out to other holidaymakers when you’re not around through our EasyLet Scheme is a great way to offset some of the running costs. But if you don’t want the hassle of scheduling lets and organising guests, allow us to handle this. We will help you make your holiday home work for you and earn some return.
What are the costs involved?
If you decide to use our EasyLet Scheme you will still be responsible for all running costs. You’ll be making an income from the lets we arrange for you, but you’ll still need to cover things such as gas and electricity and the cost of breakages or replacements as required. Costs for cleaning (where we have booked your holiday home) and marketing your holiday home will be included in your commission charges.
Why should I let my holiday home through Parkdean Resorts?
Subletting can be tricky, alongside finding and organising lets there are things like key hand-overs and cleaning to consider too. If you’d rather leave that to us we’ll use our experience to take care of all of this for you. You'll benefit from our online, TV and radio advertising, as well as Tour Operators to market it.
What do I need to consider if I want to let my holiday home?
The scheme requires that we check a few things, such as the standard and safety of your holiday home before we can start to let it for you. What this means for you is that we’ll handle any of the checks required to make sure that it is suitable for our holidaymakers. You want to be fully informed on the process so we’ll invite you to a park visit. Here our Sales Advisors will be able to demonstrate the opportunities of letting your home specifically.
How much could I earn with EasyLet?
There are a few things you need to consider when thinking about how much you can make. The age and grade of your home are factors, as well as how busy your Holiday Park is and the season you want us to let it in. There is the potential for you to make thousands! To find out more you’ll want to speak with your holiday park's Holiday Sales Manager.
Flexibility – what if I want to change a date?
We understand that with planning ahead, things don’t always work out the way that you plan, especially if you’ve got children! So it might turn out that you want to use your holiday home on one of the dates you have given to us for letting. If this happens don’t worry, you may still be able to take your holiday. We just need at least a months’ notice of the change to your plans and we can do our best to try and move things around so you can have the amended dates. Our Owners Reservation Team (0344 335 3442) will be on hand Monday to Friday from 9.00am to 7.00pm & Saturday to Sunday 10.00am to 2.00pm to help with any queries.
Guaranteed Income Letting Scheme
Guaranteed Income Scheme
If you want to let your holiday home when you aren’t using it, but also want to be sure of just how much you’re going to see in return, you’ll want to consider our Guaranteed Income Scheme.
Through this scheme, we will confirm with you the amount of income you will get prior to the start of the letting period. To join this scheme, we require a minimum of 6 peak weeks. You are unable to take these dates back once you've signed the agreement. Please speak to your Holiday Sales Manager for further information on this scheme.
How does it work and what are the costs involved?
Like the basic EasyLet Scheme, you will still be responsible for all running costs. You'll be making a Guaranteed Income from the lets we arrange for you whether we have let your holiday home or not. You'll still need to cover things such as gas and electricity and the cost of breakages or replacements required. Costs for cleaning (where we've booked your holiday home) and marketing your holiday home will be included in your commission charges.
You can use this income towards the cost of buying your holiday home or even take that credit and put it towards next year’s pitch fees.
Usually you'll find that your income covers your pitch fees, but of course, it does depend on the number of weeks you agree to let your caravan for. Pitch fees vary between holiday parks too, so this is something to keep in mind also.
Income Promise Scheme (IPS)
Through the IPS scheme we will confirm with you the amount of income you will get prior to the start of the letting period. You can use this income towards the cost of buying your holiday home or even take that credit and put it towards next year’s pitch fees.
For full information on the IPS Scheme, please speak to your park Holiday Sales Manager.