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The best way to avoid disputes when renting out your property is to communicate clearly with paying guests. You should never rent out your property to anyone without written terms, even if no payment is involved. Not only is your vacation rental agreement a contract between you (the vacation rental owner) and the guest, designed to protect your legal interests, it is a vital way to communicate important information to your guests. As such, it needs to spell out details about where the property is, when the guest may check in, when they must check out, payment terms, and your property's "house rules." We have arranged our vacation rental agreement into three pages as follows
Dates of rental, and dates and amounts of payments
Terms and conditions of use including our cancellation policy
Guest information, including name, address, vehicle license numbers
In this post I'll share a copy of our blank vacation rental agreement and explain it section by section. If you only read one section, then concentrate on the cancellation policy and the references to trip insurance.

Page 1 - Dates of rental, and dates and amounts of payments

Offer Expiration Date

It's important to spell out the date by which the contract must be signed and payment received in order for a reservation to occur. You don't want to be left waiting for several days for a commitment from a person who tells you he wishes to book, book the same dates to another party, and then find out the first person has assumed he still has a claim on those dates. It is up to you how long you are willing to "hold" dates on your calendar while waiting for a signed contract and payment; but without these, there is nothing to keep a person from backing out - perhaps after you have already turned away several others also interested in those same dates. We rarely hold dates for longer than 24 hours, and will continue to respond to inquiries for those dates until we have received both payment and a signed contract, especially during our high season. To make this clear, we spell out a date by which the offer expires right at the top of our agreement.
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The vacation rental marketplace is a competitive environment that grows more popular every year.

Search results have become a nightmare. Saturated with an overload of properties to compete with, it's become so easy to get lost in all the noise.

Some properties are professionally managed, others not.
Some are luxury, and some are bargains.
Some look beautiful, and some, well, look like crap.
Some look great but turn out to be completely misleading because the management is lazy and/or absent.
And some even turn out to be fake! Scams posted to lure people into paying for a trip, only to arrive at their destination with the surprise that property doesn't even exist!

All of this to say that travellers have begun to dig a lot deeper when researching vacation rentals. And they now hold owners & managers to much higher standards than they used to.

As a result, vacation rental marketing has become a lot more sophisticated than it was even just a few years ago. - A factor way too many owners tend to overlook.

And despite the HUGE and yet very common misconception, successful vacation rental marketing is a whole lot more than choosing which websites to list on. - So if you're hoping that your calendars are going to start filling up again by finding some new miracle site that's going to replace all those bookings you're loosing, you've got another thing coming!

It’s all relative.

Typically, the amount a business invests into its marketing is directly related to the amount of revenue that it will generate.

i.e. Spend more ⬌ make more ✔ Spend less ⬌ make less…

And your vacation rental business is no different.

So, if you’re not able (or willing) to invest the money it takes, then you need to understand that your chances of achieving long-term success in this industry will unfortunately be slim to none.

Don’t shoot the messenger! We’re only here to help.

Ultimately, the choice is really up to you.
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Historic Wilmington is moving up the ranks in an online poll to pick the “Best Al Fresco Dining” neighborhood in the country.

As of Monday afternoon, the downtown scene–particularly Front and Water streets–had bumped up from below the top 10 to the third spot, edging out in the process some hip and sought-after locales like the French Quarter of New Orleans and the Meatpacking District of New York City in the list of 20 nominees for the hottest spot to take in open-air dining. The French Quarter and Meatpacking District were at 12 and 7, respectively, on the list.

The poll comes from USA Today’s, the same site where Wilmington found itself the top winner in the “Best American Riverfront” list last year.

For this most recent poll, teamed up with “traveling foodies” to compile the list of 20, which also includes Georgetown and Dupont Circle in Washington D.C., Peachtree Road in Atlanta and Chicago’s Riverwalk area.

“Many of the restaurants here do double duty and offer outside seating both on the sidewalk along Front Street and out back on patios overlooking the river,” the website wrote of downtown Wilmington’s outdoor food offerings.

The site gave a nod specifically to Reel Cafe as a “triple threat,” with its added rooftop option, and noted the “beach town weather” as being ideal, almost year-round, for taking in lunch and dinner outside.

Voting continues through 11:59 a.m. on Monday, Aug. 17. Click here to cast a vote and to read descriptions of each of the finalists. is your source for free news and information in the Wilmington area. You must log in with Facebook to comment. Click here for our Terms of Use. Comments comments
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The ultimate goal in listing your vacation rental is to increase its potential for profitability. You place your offer up on a site like FlipKey, get in front of thousands of interested travelers, and start making money by renting it out – right? Not entirely. In order for your listing to work, you have to run your rental like a savvy small business owner would run a successful storefront. Your home and the customer service that accompanies it must provide the things your renters want and need in order for you to reach the highest level of profitability through renting. If you’re still a bit new to the small business mindset, have no fear! Check out these 6 tips to run your vacation rental like a real-life entrepreneur.

Evaluate and Understand Potential Risks
Outlining and covering your potential risks as a vacation home owner is the first step in successfully managing your rental. Small business owners take time to understand possible causes for profit loss, and find practical solutions to cover each. List your concerns first then pair each with a measure of prevention. Whether these prevention measures include contract modifications, additional security, or specialty insurance, take time to research your options and find those with the highest potential for reducing risks.

Invest in Security
Speaking of security, ensuring the safety of your customers will be critical. This holds true in every industry, however, it is especially important for consumers within the hospitality industry. Many home owners fail to see the importance of a home security system. You may hold this personal preference when it comes to your home, but you shouldn’t treat your rental like your home. It’s your business. Investing in a business security system will help you provide the reassurance your guests need to enjoy a comfortable and safe stay. It will also help you protect your profits from break-ins and potentially dishonest guests.

Think of the Consumers’ Needs Before They Do
Successful business owners are constantly thinking of ways they can further improve their product/service to better meet their consumers’ unique needs. Think like your consumer to get a better idea of what they will want and need during their stay at your rental. Think of the things you appreciate having during an out of town stay, and make these available to guests of your rental. Also understand your area and provide information and materials that stand to benefit visitors. Examples of this could include providing bottled water for vacation rentals located in warm climates like Las Vegas or Phoenix, or offering hot chocolate for winter travelers in Park City or Denver. The FlipKey vacation inspiration page could serve as a useful tool here to get ideas from travel guides and “best of…” galleries.
The ultimate goal in listing your vacation rental is to increase its potential for profitability. You place your offer up on a
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Lately I've been hearing buzz about hotel brands entering the vacation rental market. Vacation rental owners and hoteliers alike understand that we have an attractive market; but leaders in both industries are often quick to point out the stark differences and disregard each other as competitors.

I've personally seen and achieved a lot of success in business through aberrant partnerships and I often ponder how such a partnership might benefit our growing industry. Take Target's designer collaborations, for example (with the likes of Nieman Marcus and Jason Wu). Each collaborator understands what the other partner offers, how they are different, and how they can benefit each other. The goal is not to become the other.

Vacation rentals are distinguished by their unique brands and authentic experiences. What they lack is industry-wide guest service standards and independent brand awareness.

Even with great efforts to overcome these challenges by industry stalwarts, it is impossible for every owner/manager to create a brand presence that precedes them, as hotels do, simply due to the marketing expenses and execution time. It is particularly hard for new vacation rental owners. Often working families, they don't have time to read every new post on LinkedIn and follow vacation rental blogs, let alone build and manage an independent website to build their brand.

But they do have a vision. Most have created a high quality experience with amazing guest service and are taking one step at a time towards running their business as a full-time career.

One Way Vacation Rentals and Hotels Could Partner
A recent trend I've been noticing across a host of different vacation rental sites is the use of stamps of approval. A stamp of approval can certainly add some credibility but do guests really know what these mean and how it may add to the vacation rental standard and experience?

Guests know hotel brands and their standards (by way of millions spent each year in advertising), the biggest area of uncertainty for vacation rentals guests.

According to Oracle, 86% of customers will pay more for a better experience. If newbies (or vacation rentals in general) were able to get a “brand stamp of approval" from a relevant boutique hotel, would they see an increase in conversion, retention, and rates based on the perception of a more dialed experience?

At the same time could hotels also benefit by driving much needed patronage to their ancillary revenue centers (restaurants, spas, shops and activity spots) through recommendations from partnered vacation home owner(s)?
Lately I've been hearing buzz about hotel brands entering the vacation rental market. Vacation rental owners and hoteliers alike understand that we have an attractive market; but leaders in both industries are often quick to point out the stark...
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If you’re considering purchasing an investment rental property, you’re probably wondering whether to offer long term or short term rental options. While both have their own set of benefits and drawbacks, it’s important to carefully analyze the options to see which works best for your situation and goals.

Ability to generate monthly income. Assuming you have good, honest, bill-paying tenants, you can count on a steady source of monthly income.

Free equity. Ideally, your tenants will be paying your mortgage, while you get to sit back and watch your equity rise.


Less opportunity for increased profit. Because long term leases generally last 6, 9 or 12 months, you’ll have less ability charge higher rates more frequently.

More instances of dealing with unpleasant tenants. With long term renters, you’re more likely to be forced to deal with troublemakers, hoarders and late payers. At least with short term rentals, the rotten apples will soon leave the cart.

Short Term Rentals


Quicker source of income. Do a little math. Renting out your luxury beach condo for $1600/week is much more profitable than $1,600/month. However, most people won’t want to pay a short term price on a long-term rental, so you would probably have to accept less than $1600/month, yet still make enough to cover your mortgage payment.

Flexibility. If you own a rental property in a seasonal area, you may decide to rent it out in short term arrangements during peak months and accept long term leases for the off season.

Second home or vacation home opportunity. When vacant, you’re free to use your property or let friends and family members use it.

Preservation. Because short term renters won’t be hanging art on the walls or crack the door frame moving in furniture, your property will probably maintain a good condition for a long time.

Tax Breaks. Short term rental property owners may be able to deduct all sorts of property-related costs like advertising, operating or even educational costs (i.e., attending a seminar on investment property ownership).
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Travelers have chosen the North Carolina Aquarium at Fort Fisher as one of the top 25 aquariums in the country.

Review site TripAdvisor has released the winners of its 2015 Travelers’ Choice awards. Under the attractions section, the Fort Fisher location came in at No. 16 on the list of best aquariums in the United States. It’s also rated the No. 1 attraction in Kure Beach.

Visitors that left reviews raved about the amount and quality of attractions for a smaller facility. Many also liked the local focus on the Cape Fear region. Highlights of the aquarium include an albino alligator named Luna and the only spotted eagle ray on exhibit in North Carolina.

The full list of 25 aquariums can be found here. More information on the North Carolina Aquarium at Fort Fisher is available here. is your source for free news and information in the Wilmington area.Travelers have chosen the North Carolina Aquarium at Fort Fisher as one of the top 25 aquariums in the country. Review site TripAdvisor has released the winners of its 2015 Travelers’ Choice awards. Under the attractions section, the Fort Fisher location came in …
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One of the most important tasks any vacation homeowner should pay attention to is getting bookings for their vacation home. After all, vacation home upkeep is not cheap, and to run any successful business (yes, owning a vacation home is a business) you need income.

There are several ways to market your vacation home in order to gain exposure and start getting bookings. Read on to learn about a few.

Five Ways to Market Your Vacation Rentals to Attract Bookings

1. Property Manager:

Any property manager worth his salt should be able to provide you with bookings and quite a few of them. Make sure when you are interviewing property managers to ask them about their bookings, and make sure they are not promising to fill your house up just during high season. You need bookings year round. I would suggest that a vacation homeowner should look at the property management bookings as their base.

2. Online Vacation Home Sites:

There are a lot of them out there, but the two most popular are VRBO and HomeAway. Here are a couple of things you need to keep in mind before you pay them $300 to $800 a year to sign up.

Do you have the time to answer calls and/or emails during the day about your vacation home? If you do then these sites can net quite a bit of revenue over the course of a year; however, if you can only take calls or respond to emails after 5 p.m., then more than likely you are going to lose out on the majority of the bookings.
When a person calls at 1:00 p.m. about your vacation home and leaves you a message, they will call another owner if you do not get back to them right away.

Are you organized and have a follow-up system in place? Please note, many guests will call and ask you a lot of questions about your house, and then they will promise to put their deposit check in the mail to you that day. You will be left to find out in a week or so that they actually never sent the check.
Sometimes it is very frustrating managing the bookings of your own vacation home. You need to be very organized to make sure you do not double book your house and that you have a follow-up system in place to make sure you capitalize on all the inquiries on your vacation home.
Vacation properties can be pricey to own. Here are a few ways to ensure maximum rentals through marketing to increase your revenue.
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Vacation Rental Veterans Share Their Hosting Secrets - Have you ever wondered what sets the most successful vacation rental homeowners apart from the rest? Same with us! To get the answer to this question, we decided to ask some of Evolve’s most prosperous owners to share their best hosting tips read more
Have you ever wondered what sets the most successful vacation rental homeowners apart from the rest? Read this post to find out.
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Should you take a brief vacation, or a weekslong excursion? Go somewhere new, or relax at the family beach house? Psychologists and researchers have been studying how to create an ideal vacation that boosts our well-being, relieves stress that can impact our health, and helps us recharge for returning to work. Some conclusions: Longer vacations aren’t necessarily better than shorter ones. Engage in activities you haven’t done before, even if you’re at home on a staycation. And end a trip on a high note. The days before and after a vacation are also important. Anticipating what you will be doing can bring greater emotional rewards than remembering a trip after you return, research shows. And while post-vacation bliss tends to dissipate quickly, there are tips for holding on to it a little longer. Think the key to health and relaxation is a nice, long vacation? Think again. WSJ's Sumathi Reddy explains how psychologists see shorter, more frequent vacations (and the planning process) paying healthy dividends. Photo: Getty “During holidays, health and well-being increase quite rapidly,” often just two days into a vacation, said Jessica de Bloom, a postdoctoral research fellow at the University of Tampere in Finland. Dr. de Bloom, an organizational psychologist, researches the effects of vacations in part by calling study participants while they are away on trips and questioning them about how they feel and their levels of tension, fatigue and happiness, among other measures. Her advice: Take shorter, more frequent vacations. “Holidays work more like sleep. You need regular recovery from work in order to stay healthy in the long run,” Dr. de Bloom said. Vacations make us feel better, and they are important for our health, researchers say. Studies show vacations reduce the risk of heart attacks and depression, relieve stress and can lead to improved work performance and creativity. In a study of 54 people vacationing for an average of 23 days, Dr. de Bloom and co-researchers found that measures of health and wellness improved during vacation compared with baseline, peaking at the eighth day before gradually declining. “It could be that eight days is the ideal to fully gain the benefits of a holiday,” said Dr. de Bloom. The study was published in 2013 in the Journal of Happiness Studies. Laura Beatrix Newmark, of New York, has tried getaways of different durations. Her ideal vacation: nine days. “You really feel like you can get into a different zone and then when you come back you feel like you’re in a different mind-set,” said the 38-year-old entrepreneur and mother of two young children. Some psychologists recommend drawing out the planning and anticipation of going away. In one study, researchers conducted a series of experiments comparing anticipation to reflection. One of the scenarios included imagining a vacation, said Leaf Van Boven, a professor of psychology and neuroscience at the University of Colorado at Boulder and lead author of the study. The researchers found that anticipation led to more intense and satisfying emotions than the act of remembering past experiences. The study was published in 2007 in the journal of Experimental Psychology
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Heading into the high season for travel, it's a great time for vacation rental owners to consider the possibilities for a mini makeover of your property. Not only does it give you a chance for fresh photos and marketing, it could help one-time guests become regulars.

New paint is one of the most affordable and accessible makeovers, and has the added benefit of being an extremely satisfying project. Once you decide what kind of ambiance you want to create in your vacation rental, it's just a matter of picking a color palette. Check out our choices to make the most of your makeover.

1. Cozy Up That Cabin
People looking for a cabin rental are usually looking for a rustic retreat that doesn't feel too rustic. Wrap guests in warmth with the right color and texture. You'll be looking at darker palettes, but the trick is to think more in terms of rich and warm than cool and dark colors. Chocolate browns, sage greens, and rusty reds are great colors that bring warmth to your space.

You don't have to replace the furniture or flooring—start with the paint and add area rugs, new bedding, and throw pillows for the sofa. Look for classic prints like tartan plaids, paisleys—even patterns from the Old West. For the most impact, keep focal points like the fireplace dark and dramatic, while contrasting trim and moldings in shades of white.
In need of some design inspiration? Learn which paint colors are best for your home.
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206 Fayetteville Ave #2 Carolina Beach, NC 28428
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Forget the rest of the world-- even if just for the weekend. Spend your time on our sandy beaches, relaxing in one of our rental homes or under a harbor sunset. Bring your family, your friends, or just bring yourself. No matter what the occasion, the blue waters of Carolina Beach, Kure Beach and Fort Fisher will become unforgettable memories of your time spent in the sun and on the sand. Enjoy locally caught, fresh seafood and pristine beaches. Let Victory Beach Vacations help plan the perfect vacation accommodations for you. Come and experience the real beauty of coastal North Carolina, and finally learn how to really get away from it all !

Are you looking for someone to manage your vacation rental? 

Victory Beach Vacation Rental Management is a company known for the superior management of vacation rentals in the Carolina Beach and Kure Beach area. When using Victory Beach Vacations as your vacation rental management company, you will benefit from large gross and net income numbers from your property! Your property will be professionally marketed and reach a massive audience of potential renters. 

Victory Beach Vacations shows up on the first page of Google for almost all searches and uses third party sites like,, and to attract potential customers. Victory Beach Vacations has an enormous following of nearly 7,000 followers on Facebook and nearly 1,300 followers on Google+. Leave your vacation rental in the pro's hands and reap the rewards of having your rental taken care of and rented out consistently!

Carolina Beach, NC is located 14 miles SE of Wilmington, North Carolina (center to center). The town is part of New Hanover County. The population of Carolina Beach is 5,883. The beach is quiet and peaceful and not crowded... yet! During your stay in Carolina Beach, you can visit the Carolina Beach State Park and stay in one of the many vacation rentals or hotels on the Island. You can also enjoy fishing and boating in the Ocean or at the North End. If you are searching for nightlife - you won't be disappointed! Just to name a few, The Fat Pelican, High Tide Lounge, and The Lazy Pirate are sure to keep you entertained! The town also has several houses of worship including the First Baptist Church of CB, CB Presbyterian Church. Seaside Chapel, and St. Paul's United Methodist Church. From fresh seafood to a burger at the Ocean Grille and Tiki Bar, you are sure to enjoy your time at Carolina Beach! 

Kure Beach, North Carolina 

Kure Beach, NC is located only 3 miles south of Carolina Beach, North Carolina (center to center), basically merging together. The town is part of New Hanover County. The population of Kure Beach is 2,063. Kure Beach is sometimes referred to as a "sleepy beach town" that is growing in popularity and price! While there is a permanent population of approximately 1,500 residents, the town still functions like any normal town with municipal services and fire protection. The town features a few restaurants, but no commercial entertainment... it's the perfect place to get-away ... or stay if you love the slow pace of life! Kure Beach doesn't have the option to expand as it is completely surrounded with the Fort Fisher State Recreation Area and Historic Site, US Government owns the west side, Carolina Beach borders the north, and of course the beautiful Atlantic Ocean forms the east border. 

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Henry Sizemore
a month ago
Have always used Victory Beach Vacations, while staying at Carolina Beach, N.C. They are a great group of people that are honest, and care for their clients. I could write a full page about them! would never use any other realtor !!!! Lisa G. Sizemore
Response from the owner - 2 weeks ago
Thank you so much Henry!
L Westmoreland
9 months ago
We have been using Victory Beach for the past five years. We have stayed in several of the properties but our favorite by far is the Sandcastle. The process to reserve the property is so easy and check in is quick! The staff that works there is always very nice and happy to see us. If we ever have a problem (which is something minor) they are always quick to send someone to fix it. The house is always neat and clean and we always enjoy our stay! We are looking forward to our stay next year!!!!!
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Response from the owner - 7 months ago
Thank you thank you!
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Craig McCue
8 months ago
We rented a beach side house this September and had an absolutely great time. It was a family reunion and the house and setting helped to make it a wonderful time. The house was everything it we expected and more. We are definitely returning next year and hopefully many more years to come
Response from the owner - 7 months ago
Thank you so much Craig, can't wait to have you back!
Maria Hicks
9 months ago
We stayed this past week ,we all enjoyed it,Victory Beach Vacations is the place to rent from, if you ever need anything they will always be there to help,they are a true blessing to our family,my family has rented from them for years and years, and our family will always continue to rent form them.we love Caroline,Buck Jenna and the gang.Thanks again for the great time .Debbie Seats and Family
Response from the owner - 7 months ago
We love you too Maria!!
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Tamara DiPalma
9 months ago
*****love...Love...L O V E***** We love it so much! So much that we have continued to stay at the same location (Victory Penthouse) for 5 years running. Accommodations are always super-clean and well prepared for our visit. The staff is very friendly, knowledgeable and ready to help! The best part is this...Victory Beach Vacations has dog-friendly rentals available! Bella, our golden retriever, thinks the V Penthouse is her second home...honestly, we feel the same way. Seriously, you should take some time off and Visit!
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Response from the owner - 7 months ago
Thanks for the kind words Tamara!
Devon Atkinson
10 months ago
#214 Cabana Dilapidated Master mastress with questionable stains on coverlet (eww) : hammock like sofa bed- unsuitable for even the most elastic teen spines:only three, inconveniently located power outlets to charge our modern day electronics( so forget working on your PC anywhere but the kitchen counter top, bath room sink counter or behind the couch, Shower head with three syringe-like like streams feeling like darts hitting your tender skin, - no batteries in the living room remote, strobe-like flickering of the lamp fixtures giving rise to a John Carpenter "Halloween" moment. Other than those highlights- the view was fabulous.
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Response from the owner - 3 weeks ago
Hi Devon, very sorry to hear you weren't pleased. Before guests check in we always send a n inspector to check each unit to make sure it’s clean and in good condition, occasionally there may be something that the property manager can’t tell from inspection. For this reason upon check in we tell each guest to call us if there are any problems during your stay and we will come right out to fix it. We have never had any complaints about the mattress in the master, we notified the owners and they did replace it after you left. We advertise that sleeper sofas are for children, as they can be uncomfortable for adults. As we suggested a 2 bedroom would be more comfortable for you and your grown son, adults would be more comfortable sleeping in a bed not a sleeper sofa. The shower head was just replaced before you checked in and was malfunctioning, we are so sorry, in the future please call us and we will come right over to fix it. If there are ever any problems such as dead batteries or outlets not working just let us know, the GFI for the outlets had popped and was an easy fix. We want our guests to be happy and always do the best we can to fix any issues you may have. As discussed over the phone, Next time you stay with Victory please ask for the Manager and we will take wonderful care of you.
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Eric J Gerencir G-Force
a year ago
For 16 years we have been vacationing in Carolina Beach. For 15 of those years we have been using Victory Beach Vacations to rent the same unit year after year. We have never been disappointed. Check in and check out are seamless. Best of all - the unit is always clean and ready for our arrival. One year we had a maintenance issue, but it was taken care of easily that day and it didn't interrupt our vacation at all. We will always use Victory Beach and high recommend them to anyone searching for clean units and great customer service for their vacation experience.
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Response from the owner - 7 months ago
Love to have a long term Carolina Beach vacationer staying with us, thank you very much!
Pat Wallace
a year ago
We are so pleased that we discovered Victory Beach Vacations! We had never been to any beach in North Carolina before, but after our daughter's family moved to Georgia, the Carolina/Kure Beach area emerged as a half-way point for the 3 families to meet. Jenna and the Victory Beach team were so helpful in finding us a nice, clean house big enough for all of us, and within walking distance of beach, pool, and playground. The Victory Beach team also helped us to rent the cribs and other baby equipment that we needed for 4 toddlers. They made it so easy for us to enjoy a totally new destination. We'll be back next year!
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Response from the owner - 7 months ago
We are pleased to have discovered another great customer as well! Thanks Pat!