The topic of internationalization and the vacation rental industry is an interesting one. There are huge dichotomies at play here; because although the vacation rental industry is truly global in nature, at its roots, property management is fundamentally local.
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.
Knowing what social media will look like in 2017 will help your vacation rental properties connect on a deeper level with customers. To better understand social media trends for 2017, VRMA has put together the following list based on numerous industry blogs and our own insights.
As the VRM community looks to better manage short-stay accommodations, technology that helps to manage inventories and growth, as well as improve the ability to connect with clients remain vital tools.
More and more millennials choose vacation rentals over hotels when vacationing — and they’re looking to be your partner in booking. Millennials are a very hands-on generation, but will research their options thoroughly before making a final decision.
Let’s talk about the increasing importance of Mobile traffic in the vacation rental managers space. I know, I know - you've been hearing talk about being "mobile-friendly" for years now, but that's not exactly what we’re talking about here.
With the prevalence of fraud and internet hacking, how do you ensure your organization plays it safe on the web? There is fraud risk everywhere on the internet, and with their skyrocketing popularity, vacation rental websites are no exception.
Nearly 10 years ago, VRMA member Jennifer Frankenstein-Harris set out with a single, seemingly simple goal: list her condo online to generate rental income. Meeting that goal proved more difficult, but Jennifer eventually found success. Here's how.
This year, VRMA has been made leaps and bounds regarding the development of advocacy efforts in the vacation rental space. Take a look at some of the impactful highlights from 2018 and 2019 to see the progress made as well as where VRMA is heading as 2019 continues.
Arrival recently spoke with Vrbo’s Senior Vice President Peter Andrews. Peter was able to delve into the highlights from his 2019 VRMA Spring Forum session, “Building Customers for Life: Delighting Guests Every Step of the Way!”
We can look at minimizing risk not only a property level but also from the perspective of “future-proofing,” both on an individual business level and an industry level. By future-proofing, I mean ensuring that the vacation rental industry continues to be successful in the future...