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Stiffer penalties, fines proposed for problem short-term rentals

Stiffer fines and penalties, including a two-strikes rule, plus a required workshop for prospective vacation rental owners are among recommendations for changes to the city’s ordinance an ad-hoc committee is proposing to help address some short-term vacation rental problems in La Quinta.



a sign on a pole: La Quinta is a city in the eastern Coachella Valley.


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La Quinta is a city in the eastern Coachella Valley.

City officials are studying ways to address and reduce complaints that have led to a moratorium on all new permits in La Quinta. 

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The city currently has 1,290 permitted short-term vacation rentals. The moratorium is in effect until Feb. 2 but could be lifted earlier if an amended ordinance is adopted.

“We’ve had short-term rentals since 2008,” Mayor Pro Tem John Peña said, and when problems have come up, the city has addressed them by amending the ordinance.

But COVID-19 brought an increase in short-term vacation rentals when hotels and resorts were closed and people found them to be a safe way to get away amid the pandemic.

“This is the first year we’ve had the kinds of problems that we’ve had and it’s because of the pandemic. People are working from home, kids … can go to school from wherever they’re located as long as they have internet,” Pena said.

In August, the city issued a 90-day moratorium on all new permits after seeing a 267% increase in noise and other complaints over a three-month period, to give its ad-hoc committee time to zero in on the problems and recommend solutions. The council extended the moratorium to Feb. 2 earlier this month, with the hope it can be lifted sooner.

“We are trying to get to the core issue … and solve it,” Councilmember Robert Radi said.

La Quinta is not the only city in the Coachella Valley trying to address increased numbers of short-term vacation rentals and complaints since COVID-19 hit.

Cathedral City wants to phase them out all together by 2023.

Palm Desert, which already has a ban on short-term vacation rentals in single-family residential neighborhoods zoned R-1 and R-2 recently issued a moratorium on permits in areas zoned planned residential, except where allowed by the HOAs.

Rancho Mirage is in the process of eliminating short-term vacation rentals in all but private neighborhoods where they are allowed by the homeowners’ associations.

Palm Springs has also seen an uptick in complaints and citations issued, but currently has no plans to change its ordinance.

More applications, more complaints

La Quinta has received 93 new short-term vacation rental permits from April through June, with 16 more filed and waiting to be processed the day the moratorium was issued, officials said.

The city’s code compliance team reported 310 new cases of possible violations were opened as well, from April through June – a 267% increase over the 67 filed from January through March – all stemming from calls to a city hotline, staff said.

Nine permits were suspended in response to the complaints, officials said.

More than 90% of the complaints were

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La Quinta short-term vacation rentals: Stiffer penalties, fines proposed

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La Quinta is a city in the eastern Coachella Valley. (Photo: Jay Calderon/The Desert Sun)

Stiffer fines and penalties, including a two-strikes rule, plus a required workshop for prospective vacation rental owners are among recommendations for changes to the city’s ordinance an ad-hoc committee is proposing to help address some short-term vacation rental problems in La Quinta.

City officials are studying ways to address and reduce complaints that have led to a moratorium on all new permits in La Quinta. 

The city currently has 1,290 permitted short-term vacation rentals. The moratorium is in effect until Feb. 2 but could be lifted earlier if an amended ordinance is adopted.

“We’ve had short-term rentals since 2008,” Mayor Pro Tem John Peña said, and when problems have come up, the city has addressed them by amending the ordinance.

But COVID-19 brought an increase in short-term vacation rentals when hotels and resorts were closed and people found them to be a safe way to get away amid the pandemic.

“This is the first year we’ve had the kinds of problems that we’ve had and it’s because of the pandemic. People are working from home, kids … can go to school from wherever they’re located as long as they have internet,” Pena said.

In August, the city issued a 90-day moratorium on all new permits after seeing a 267% increase in noise and other complaints over a three-month period, to give its ad-hoc committee time to zero in on the problems and recommend solutions. The council extended the moratorium to Feb. 2 earlier this month, with the hope it can be lifted sooner.

“We are trying to get to the core issue … and solve it,” Councilmember Robert Radi said.

La Quinta is not the only city in the Coachella Valley trying to address increased numbers of short-term vacation rentals and complaints since COVID-19 hit.

Cathedral City wants to phase them out all together by 2023.

Palm Desert, which already has a ban on short-term vacation rentals in single-family residential neighborhoods zoned R-1 and R-2 recently issued a moratorium on permits in areas zoned planned residential, except where allowed by the HOAs.

Rancho Mirage is in the process of eliminating short-term vacation rentals in all but private neighborhoods where they are allowed by the homeowners’ associations.

Palm Springs has also seen an uptick in complaints and citations issued, but currently has no plans to change its ordinance.

More applications, more complaints

La Quinta has received 93 new short-term vacation rental permits from April through June, with 16 more filed and waiting to be processed the day the moratorium was issued, officials said.

The city’s code compliance team reported 310 new cases of possible violations were opened as well, from April through June – a 267% increase over the 67 filed from January through March – all stemming from calls to a city hotline, staff said.

Nine permits were suspended in response to the complaints, officials said.

More than 90% of the complaints

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SkyRun Vacation Rentals – Park City & Deer Valley Now Offers Luxury and Premium Rental Properties on Homes & Villas by Marriott International

BOULDER, Colo., Oct. 22, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — SkyRun Vacation Rentals today announced that select rental properties in Park City and Deer Valley, Utah are now available on Homes & Villas by Marriott International. The premium home rental offering provides guests, including more than 140 million members of its travel program Marriott Bonvoy, extraordinary options to choose from when booking travel from among its 30 hotel brands and more than 10,000 home rental properties.

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These new homes are situated in former mining town Park City, which is nestled in the Wasatch Range east of Salt Lake City, and luxurious Deer Valley, which is known for its famous corduroy groomed slopes, fine dining restaurants, and shopping at swanky Main Street.  The homes feature luxury living spaces, exceptional views, and sought-after locations for visitors.

Before being added to the Homes & Villas by Marriott International portfolio, SkyRun Vacation Rentals’ properties were audited and reviewed by Marriott International to meet the company’s high standards for regulation, design and amenities.

Barry Cox, Co-Founder and CEO of SkyRun, says “we couldn’t be happier to have our homes selected by Marriott International. We share Marriott’s vision for what guests expect in luxury stays and look forward to adding our homes in our 30 other locations by the end of the year.” Michael LeClerc, Owner of SkyRun’s Park City/Deer Valley location, adds “providing our luxury homes to Marriott’s Bonvoy members is a real differentiator in this area.”

Hallmarks of Homes & Villas by Marriott service, which will be adopted by SkyRun Vacation Rentals include:

  • Professionally designed interior and exterior spaces
  • 24/7 support and check-in
  • High speed Wi-Fi
  • Premium bed linens and towels
  • Premium bath amenities
  • Child-friendly items upon request, such as high chairs and travel cribs

Launched in May 2019, Homes & Villas by Marriott International marks Marriott International’s entrance into the home rental space, now offering travelers access to more than 10,000 premium and luxury homes located in over 200 destinations throughout the United States, Europe, Caribbean and Latin America. This curated selection of homes aims to connect travelers to thousands of rental properties around the world and sets the stage for guests’ most treasured travel moments – home-cooked dinners with extended family, lawn games in the backyard or celebrating a milestone birthday with family and friends.

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Since 2014, SkyRun Vacation Rentals – Park City & Deer Valley (https://www.parkcity.skyrun.com/), has provided new and better ways for second-home owners to get the most out of their investment properties and for guests to get the most out of their vacation experiences. Please contact the Marketing Department (marketing@skyrun.com) for media support.

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Temporary Changes In Travel Result In Increased Demand For Short-Term Rentals

Kellie Rastegar is Co-Founder and Creative Director at Rastegar Property Group.

A surge of Americans taking road trips this summer and fall is affecting the hospitality industry’s real estate. The trend is growing as people look for ways to enjoy time off during the pandemic in remote locations, where it is easier to distance from others.

For example, the RV Industry Association reported 46 million Americans plan to go on a trip in an RV this year. Whether they already own an RV or needed to purchase or rent one, this enables a family to potentially camp in the RV while on vacation, rather than reserve a hotel room or a short-term rental. Look to the National Park Service for evidence of this surge in popularity: Reservations to enter or camp in parks are booked almost immediately upon being opened to the public.

Overall, long-term vacation planning isn’t something that’s typically happening this year. GasBuddy.com reports that 24% of people planned to take shorter trips that don’t involve flying. People appear more inclined toward a somewhat spontaneous trip that’s closer to home, which opens up possibilities for last-minute hotel bookings. 

Part of the demand comes from parents who want to be able to get outside with their kids. Young, unmarried professionals are looking for something outside of their daily routine during time off from work. More time outdoors also opens the opportunity for a lake house or beach condo rentals. Renting a single-family home for vacation is especially appealing in the pandemic environment because it minimizes your chance of exposure from others. Often, renting a single-family home allows for virtual check-ins, rather than entering a lobby full of people. 

After a dramatic drop when the pandemic began in March, since the start of summer, Airbnb has reported an increase in demand for rentals. The company “saw more nights booked for U.S. listings between May 17 and June 3 than the same period in 2019.”

It’s also worth noting that some changes in vacation rental trends were well on their way before the Covid-19 pandemic began. For example, for years now, pet owners have opted for vacation rentals that allow them to bring a dog, as opposed to traditional hotels with no-pet policies. It’s a worldwide trend, with 42% of people surveyed reporting they prefer to bring their pets with them on vacation.

Quirkiness in vacation rentals is also another trend among millennials. A recent report by Vrbo shows 71% of millennials would rather stay in a nontraditional rental. Teepees, igloos, travel boats and tiny houses are just some of the unique options appealing to one of America’s most youthful generations.

One of the strongest trends this year, though, is the increase in long-term vacation rentals. For the first time in modern history, a vast majority of Americans can work from anywhere. As a result, Zillow reports listings for rentals with terms less than six months increased by 23% from March 1 to May 21. The arrangement creates a

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Vacation Rentals on KAYAK — KAYAK Travel Hacker Blog

What’s better than finding the right hotel for your next trip? Being able to see all of your accommodation options in one search. Lucky for you, when you search on KAYAK, that’s exactly what you’ll get – an all-encompassing search that combines all our accommodation options in one place. Cabins, cottages and villas, oh my.

 

In addition to hotels, KAYAK has access to more than 450,000 rentals and unique accommodations in the United States alone. Plus, we search some of your favorite booking sites – like Vrbo – to help you find the vacation rental of your dreams.

 

Looking for alternative accommodations? You’re not alone. Interest in rentals and unique properties is up for the holiday season – learn more on our 2020 holiday trends forecast.

 

And if you’re in the market for a hotel, we have those too. Our filters make it easy to see only the types of accommodation you’re looking for.

 

Easily filter your search results to show only hotels. Or only rentals. Or leave it open and search by price to see all of the options in your price range. Our powerful filters make it simple to drill down until you find an accommodation that meets your needs. Maybe you didn’t realize that mountain cabin was the same price as the hotel room you were leaning towards. With KAYAK, you won’t make that mistake twice.

 

Did you know you could stay in a castle? There are more than 30 of them in the US ready for you to book. Wondering what else you may find when you search? Here are some of the highlights from around the US.

 

 

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Osceola County’s vacation rentals slowly rebounding, Experience Kissimmee leader says

Osceola County’s luxury vacation rental industry has rebounded to about 60% average occupancy after the coronavirus pandemic abruptly canceled people’s plans earlier this year, Experience Kissimmee’s CEO DT Minich says.



a house on the side of a road: Mostly vacant vacation rental properties at Encore Resort at Reunion, on Wednesday, May 6, 2020. rEmpty neighborhoods of vacation homes are hurting Osceola County’s economy, angry property managers say as they are upset the governor hasn’t loosened restrictions on vacation rentals. In Osceola County alone, there are 30,000 licensed vacation homes. Some people are calling to try and book a vacation home so they can isolate with more space and with a pool but properties are having to turn customers away. The governor doesn’t want out-of-towners traveling to Florida; vacation home owners argue their industry is much safer than hotels.r


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Mostly vacant vacation rental properties at Encore Resort at Reunion, on Wednesday, May 6, 2020. rEmpty neighborhoods of vacation homes are hurting Osceola County’s economy, angry property managers say as they are upset the governor hasn’t loosened restrictions on vacation rentals. In Osceola County alone, there are 30,000 licensed vacation homes. Some people are calling to try and book a vacation home so they can isolate with more space and with a pool but properties are having to turn customers away. The governor doesn’t want out-of-towners traveling to Florida; vacation home owners argue their industry is much safer than hotels.r

“We have seen a steady increase in recovery. We’re still nowhere near where we would have been a year ago in terms of occupancy and economic impact,” Minich said Tuesday during a virtual news conference held by Experience Kissimmee intended to promote tourism and help build consumer confidence as fears still exist of traveling during the pandemic.

Experience Kissimmee is a publicly funded tourism marketing agency.

Osceola has built a reputation touting itself as Florida’s vacation rental capital where some neighborhoods were built almost completely for vacationers and their families to rent. But during the pandemic, vacation rentals weren’t allowed to operate by the state until May.

Looking ahead, Minich spoke optimistically about future reservations with the holiday season weeks away, although he did not provide specific figures.

“We are seeing a lot of interest in the upcoming Thanksgiving and Christmas holiday periods, so I would advise people if they want that perfect home, they should book now,” Minich said.

To make sure vacation rentals aren’t rented to hold parties for large gatherings, Minich said Experience Kissimmee is working with rental properties and law enforcement.

“We’ve really worked actively and successfully in downplaying this and not having this activity,” Minich said.

Joining Minich in the news conference were leaders who operated hotels and vacation homes who highlighted their social distancing and health safety protocols.

Many of the visitors are traveling by car to Reunion Resort and Golf Club, as in-state travel grows, said Mariela Perre, a manager at the resort.

“We all still have a need to travel. We all still have a need to get a break,” said Perre, who highlighted the vacation rental homes where families stay under one roof and have their own pool.

The new trend: Last-minute bookings.

People book their trip the week of or within days before the weekend, she said.

“That’s why the weekends have become very popular,” she said. “We’ve had a downsizing of staff that we’ve started having to bring everyone back and help because you’re talking about a resort of 2,300 acres.”

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THIRDHOME Unlocks More Doors with TurnKey Vacation Rentals Partnership

NEW YORK, Oct. 20, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Luxury property and travel club THIRDHOME and leading vacation rental management company TurnKey Vacation Rentals are announcing a strategic collaboration in the increasingly popular private vacation home market. The partnership extends services and perks to select TurnKey clients and increases THIRDHOME’s inventory, resulting in more luxury home-stay options throughout America.

“Our partnership with THIRDHOME provides benefits to TurnKey homeowners who want to exchange their rental to stay in another upscale home,” said T.J. Clark, Co-Founder, and President of TurnKey. “Through this partnership, select owners can expand their options while ensuring their guests experience a seamless vacation rental experience at their home.”

With travelers booking more drive-to, family, and group vacations at shorter lead times, the partnership offers access to sought-out destinations, increased flexibility, and more.

“The launch of our partnership comes at an interesting time within the travel industry. We know that many are ready for a change of scenery,” said THIRDHOME Founder and CEO Wade Shealy. “We look forward to this mutually beneficial partnership.”

With the addition of TurnKey homes, THIRDHOME is offering their clients a complimentary membership to their Exchange platform and additional perks for those who sign up within the first month. Along with their membership, TurnKey homeowners will be offered additional bonus “keys” to use within the Exchange, allowing them to travel to more homes.

In response to COVID-19, TurnKey introduced new home cleaning innovations, including enhancements to their patented GuestWorks® cleaning system, requiring professional housekeepers to follow specific cleaning standards.

For more information about partnerships with THIRDHOME, please contact Roger Conner at 615.414.0023.

For more information about TurnKey’s vacation rental management services, call 855.633.4319.

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THIRDHOME is the premier travel club for second home owners who share a mindset for luxury and exploration. The Exchange platform allows its members to leverage unused time in their second home to earn travel credits that open the doors to fellow members’ private homes experiencing a whole new way to travel.  THIRDHOME was also recognized in the 2020 Condé Nast Traveler’s Readers’ Choice Awards.

TurnKey Vacation Rentals TurnKey Vacation Rentals is a full-service vacation rental property management company for luxury and premium vacation rental homes in more than 80 top U.S. destinations. TurnKey provides guests with the consistency and quality of a hotel experience, while optimizing the management, marketing and ROI for vacation rental homeowners www.turnkeyvr.com.

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Deregulating vacation rentals would degrade Brevard’s residential neighborhoods

Mark Shantzis, Your Turn
Published 1:34 p.m. ET Oct. 20, 2020

Brevard County is a rarity.

There is an abundance of nature and wildlife, with access to a rural beach in a mild, tropical climate, while also close to an international airport. There are many public parks, beaches, and over 150 miles of fishing shoreline, second-to-none in Florida. Reasonable zoning separates business, industrial, and tourist mayhem from residential neighborhoods, allowing families to grow and thrive without increased personal risks associated with these businesses next door.

Now, we are at risk of losing this paradise forever.

County Commission John Tobia, who’s running for reelection this year, has proposed to reduce regulations on short-term vacation rentals. If he prevails, commercial tourism will usurp our rights of living in our customarily safe neighborhoods, which will rapidly disappear. The County Commission approved Tobia’s proposal in September for what’s what’s known as “legislative intent,” directing county staff to work on rewriting county rules regulating resort dwellings.

Clearly, a certain amount of property rights are reasonable, but an excessive shift will lead to nullification of the delicate equilibrium of current zoning that protects neighborhoods from commercial enterprises like the “hotel next door.”

In the past, property rights advocates have worked behind the scenes to change the county’s protective zoning regulations a bit at a time, corroborated by a 93% approval record of zoning change requests, while the public isn’t looking.

But this time the resort/vacation rental advocates have grown bolder, and one day soon we will wake up  to understand that Joni Mitchell’s 1970 words in Big Yellow Taxi, “You don’t know what you’ve got till it’s gone,” were all too relevant in 2020.

This latest attempt is a blatant proposal by Tobia to destroy a valuable and irreplaceable 2006 grandfathered exemption that Brevard has from a state law that he voted for while a state representative in 2011, effectively allowing vacation rentals anywhere and everywhere.

But before you even knew this was the subject, you would have asked yourself, “Why would anyone ever give up an exemption to a state law that allows locals to make their own laws?” 

These vacation rentals would upend our local communities and neighborhoods that have been protected by our resort dwelling ordinance since 2006. Although such rentals are currently illegal in many residential locations, there are still hundreds of Brevard properties being rented as vacation rentals. evidenced by listings on VRBO and AirBnB. As you can imagine, they are causing many complaints to code enforcement and police, and leaving less resources to attend to other important issues in our neighborhoods.

There are many horror stories regarding noise and safety issues from neighbors about these

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Vacation Rentals: The Best Vacation Rental Sites for Every Type of Traveler

While traditional hotels have long been the preferred accommodation choice for countless leisure and business travelers, the added privacy, affordability…

While traditional hotels have long been the preferred accommodation choice for countless leisure and business travelers, the added privacy, affordability and extra perks (think: kitchens, private pools and even yard space) often available with vacation rentals have made this lodging option an increasingly popular choice for vacationers. Plus, a wide array of properties — ranging from sleek city apartments to remote yurts to spacious beachfront homes — are regularly added to booking platforms, giving renters numerous options to choose from based on their preferences. But with roughly 115,000 vacation rental companies available around the world, according to a 2018 study from the Vacation Rental Management Association, finding the ideal platform to rent from may seem daunting.

To help you find the right vacation rental site to use for your next trip, U.S. News evaluated a variety of highly regarded options that appeal to one or more types of travelers. Whether you’re a fan of the outdoors, have kids in tow or are looking for hotel-style amenities, these top vacation rental sites offer something for everyone.

The Best Vacation Rental Sites are:

— Airbnb

— Vrbo

— Homestay

— Sonder

— Golightly

— misterb&b

— Kid & Coe

— Villas of Distinction

— Innclusive

— Plum Guide

— Glamping Hub

— FlipKey

Best for all types of travelers: Airbnb

Pro: Renters can supplement their stays with curated experiences bookable through the Airbnb website

Con: Most properties are not professionally managed, so quality may vary depending on the accommodation chosen

Easily the most recognized name in the vacation rental landscape, Airbnb offers its renters a mix of properties in various sizes, styles and locations, making it an excellent choice for travelers with varying needs and interests. Culture hounds will find eclectic homes, apartments, houseboats and more that pay homage to the cities they reside in, including New Orleans, Paris and Amsterdam, while adventurous travelers can choose from all kinds of rustic accommodations in outdoorsy spots like Yellowstone National Park and the Blue Ridge Mountains. Airbnb also appeals to beach bums by offering a number of waterfront options in popular warm-weather destinations like Mexico, Hawaii and Florida.

In addition to featuring a diverse selection of property types in most major locales across the globe, Airbnb gives users the ability to narrow their choices based on their preferences. Renters can filter for privacy, price, available amenities, cancellation flexibility and house rules (like whether or not smoking is allowed or pets are permitted), among other options. What’s more, Airbnb offers various location-specific experiences, such as cooking classes, dance lessons and hiking tours, which renters can book through the platform before their vacation. Keep in mind, though, that most Airbnb properties are not professionally managed, so travelers should adjust their expectations accordingly. Those who desire an experience closer to what they’d receive at a hotel might want to consider booking one of the company’s Airbnb Plus

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RedAwning and Affirm Partner for Buy Now Pay Later Vacation Rentals

35,000 North American Vacation Rental Properties Now Eligible for Easy Payment Plans

Emeryville, CA –News Direct– RedAwning

RedAwning, the leading hospitality platform for short term rentals, and Affirm, the better way to buy, today announced a new partnership to enable guests to book a vacation rental now and pay later, even after staying. Affirm offers flexible and affordable payment plans so that guests can rent their dream home at their dream destination, and not have to worry about paying for their trip all at once. RedAwning’s property collection, covering every major vacation destination in North America, represents the largest collection of vacation rental properties ever available on a pay over time basis. Property owners and managers participating in the RedAwning Network are already participating in this new program automatically with no action required.

“We know vacation rental stays can be a large purchase for many travelers, so we are excited to offer this industry-first approach,” said Tim Choate, Founder & CEO of RedAwning.com. “Demand for vacation rental travel is increasing and our addition of a pay over time option enables even more guests to travel, rent a nicer home, or take a longer trip. This new offering further expands on our industry leadership for property owners and managers too.” RedAwning participating property owners and managers generate more revenue for less work, with their properties presented everywhere guests shop for travel online.

Affirm adds to RedAwning’s long list of exclusive, industry leading benefits for property owners and managers to help them generate more revenue with less work. These include free professional photography with Meero, pricing optimization, distribution everywhere guests shop for travel, Amazon Prime Now delivery mapping, a mobile app, a web portal, 24/7 Reservations and Guest Services, payment processing with Stripe, Amazon Smart Concierge, and much more.

To learn more about RedAwning’s industry-leading marketing, reservations, and hospitality platform, just visit www.redawning.com/list.

Financing subject to eligibility. Affirm loans are made by Cross River Bank, Member FDIC.

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RedAwning is the leading platform for short term rentals. RedAwning presents the world’s largest collection of vacation properties to guests wherever they shop for travel. With over 35,000 properties represented on behalf of thousands of property owners and managers, RedAwning covers virtually every leisure destination in North America, and includes a comprehensive layer of services and support with every stay. RedAwning is the largest single U.S. supplier to every major travel website, including Booking.com, Expedia, HomeAway/VRBO, Airbnb, and the new Google Travel. RedAwning also operates exclusive vacation property booking websites, including RedAwning.com for travelers, and TravelPro Rentals, which enables 20,000 travel agents to book vacation properties. RedAwning has been a leading innovator in the vacation rental industry since 2010, with a mission to redefine the customer journey for guests, hosts and property managers alike, and to drive new approaches that make the booking and staying experience at short term rental properties more consistent, easier, safer and better for all. To browse and book the RedAwning Collection, visit www.redawning.com.

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