Higher prices and unpredictable weather have made rental booking patterns less predictable, executives said during Vacasa’s first-quarter earnings call. “The booking build [or the pace in reservations in the weeks before a particular date] has been less predictable than it’s been in prior years,” said CEO Rob Greyber. “We think it’s occurring across the industry.” The company generated $256 million in revenue in the quarter, a rise of 2 percent year over year. The performance was better than the company had forecast.
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