Owner Toolkit

 

Managing your listing: renewals and switching from pay-per-booking

Renewals

Continue reaping the benefits of advertising with the number one vacation rental company in the world by opting in to auto-renewal or completing the manual renewal process. It's quick and easy. 


What is auto-renew? 

With auto-renew, you don’t have to worry about your listing expiring each year. We’ll automatically charge the credit card you have on file to renew your listing. 


How do I enable auto-renew? 

Turn it on by logging into your account, selecting the property you want to renew or update, visiting your "Personal Details" page and then selecting "Payment preferences" at the top. 

 

Turn on auto-renew on HomeAway

Turn on auto-renew on VRBO

Turn on auto-renew on VacationRentals.com

 

You can turn it off by visiting the same place on your dashboard. Be sure to turn it off at least five days prior to your upcoming renewal date. 


What happens if I don’t have auto-renew? 

Subscriptions without auto-renewal remain active until the expiration date. View your expiration date on the "Listing Details" page.

 

View my listing details on HomeAway

View my listing details on VRBO

View my listing details on VacationRentals.com

 

You can manually renew your listing by visiting your "Listing Details" page in your dashboard and selecting “Renew” for the property. (Learn more about Subscriptions)

TIP: You can renew prior to your expiration date for the following year. 


What happens if I have a pay-per-booking listing? 

Pay-per-booking listings do not expire so your listing will always be active – you can hide your listing temporarily by clicking “Hide listing” on the "Listing Details" page of your dashboard. 

 

View my listing details on HomeAway

View my listing details on VRBO

View my listing details on VacationRentals.com