The winter vacation rental market is doing well as the economy slows, partly because rentals are more affordable than hotels. Vacationers are also more likely to make vacation reservations close to home this year so they can drive rather than fly, making Vermont destinations particularly popular for New Yorkers. High-end rentals are doing well everywhere, brokers said, but more people are looking for discounts on mid- and lower-priced rentals.
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