Scammers in other countries copy your for sale listing, and all the photos, then put up a rental listing on Craigslist, Airbnb, VRBO, or HomeAway, which is where Hollander's ended up.
"We looked at the ad," she said. "And indeed all the outside and interior pictures we had taken for selling our home were now listed on this website."
She contacted HomeAway.com, which has since pulled the listing.
Warning signs of a scam
HomeAway (and its sister site VRBO) Have warnings on their site about bogus rentals, and are responsive to homeowners who contact them in cases like Hollander's, though you will have to provide proof you are the real owner.