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OMG Travel Expands Services Offering High-End LA Vacation Home Rentals

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OMG Travel Updated website allows for online booking and early booking discounts.

Los Angeles, CA, United States of America – March 12, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ —

The Home and Mortgage professionals at Citizens Bank advise clients that the high cost of home owning can be defrayed by renting out one’s home. In addition to the perk of renting out property for the income it brings, there are also numerous tax benefits. Banking experts want home and condo owners to know that they may be able to deduct many of the expenses involved with managing the property, as well as enjoying the benefits of being able to claim the financial bonus of long-term appreciation. “Consider the option to rent out your house until you can find a buyer in order to earn a little extra income.”

To serve these needs, the OMG.Travel Company has made their services available to homeowners in Los Angeles and the Southern California area. OMG.Travel Spokesperson Vincent explains how their online approach works with homeowners in Los Angeles to rent out their high-end furnished properties for either the long or short term. “We offer safe and convenient online booking for our customers from our secure website. This means that homeowners will never have to deal with inquiries, only receive confirmed bookings directly from us. We take the time to publish complete and accurate information about your home. This includes clear attractive photography and descriptions that fully describe its numerous charms.”

Vincent elaborates on how OMG.Travel provides vacation rentals Los Angeles visitors and homeowners can both trust and find highly flexible. “We only ask those renting out their homes through our company website to keep our calendar up to date as to the dates they make their property available. OMG.Travel encourages homeowners to publish our calendar and booking codes on any web pages of their own. Offering further assistance with home rentals, visitors coming to our OMG.Travel website can book early to receive discounts up to to 20% off.”

With many new properties added daily, OMG.Travel now has over 100 properties in the Los Angeles area. OMG.Travel wants home owners and renters to know that they “enjoy facilitating the booking of vacation rentals online and in real time. This serves both those owning homes and those looking to rent high-end accommodation LA properties in a timely manner. OMG.Travel specializes in bringing visitors to the City of Los Angeles together with those renting out their furnished high-end properties. This can involve anything from the short stay of the casual holiday tourist, to the long-term accommodation Los Angeles corporate travelers truly require.”

About OMG.Travel Los Angeles:
OMG.Travel offers access to short and long term rentals of high-end properties worldwide. They offer a secure way of renting furnished apartments and homes in the Los Angeles and Southern California area for tourists, renters and corporate travelers. Home owners and renters can unite securely and conveniently with their online services.

For more information about us, please visit https://www.omg.travel/LosAngeles

Contact Info:
Name: Vincent
Email: admin@omg.travel
Phone: 1-800-293-9347
Organization: OMG.Travel Los Angeles

Source: http://marketersmedia.com/omg-travel-expands-services-offering-high-end-la-vacation-home-rentals/35794

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