Vacation rental units throughout the state were only 8.8% occupied during the month of September, according to data released Friday by Hawaii Tourism Authority. According to HTA’s monthly Hawaii Vacation Rental Performance Report, the figure marks a 61 percentage point drop compared to September of 2019, when vacation rentals were nearly 70% occupied. Hawaii vacation rentals also reported declines in other key metrics last month.

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