Following the recent events associated with hurricanes Harvey and Irma, many of our members are asking the question: What does this mean next?
Sheila Hauser, Marketing Director for Collins Vacation Rentals, Inc. answers three big questions about legislation, competition and technology in the vacation rental industry.
Yes, people enjoy working as housekeepers—especially in a culture that makes us feel professionally significant. Enabling housekeepers to go the extra mile of our own accord creates an environment in which we can work our hardest and be the most positive about our work.
The impact of Hurricane Harvey has been enormous, with wide-sweeping effects that have touched parts of Texas and the Gulf Coast. For many of our members located in these areas, we know that you are working tirelessly to not only protect your properties, but also lend assistance to those in need.
Are you a tech-savvy vacation rental manager? Today, new technology options continue to accelerate the vacation rental industry, allowing managers to leverage technology to drive efficiencies within their business and to improve their overall revenue.
Steve Milo, CEO of Vacation Rental Pros, a mult