The Vacation Rental Industry Association (VRIA.org) is a not-for-profit organization formed by vacation home Managers, Owner, Suppliers and Website Publishers to provide education, assistance, tools and out-reach for the Vacation Rental Industry.
Anyone in the Vacation Rental business can join the Vacation Rental Industry Association, volunteer, provide services or operate local chapters. VRIA has been built around the Internet. Local and international conferences are planned but news, information, tools and support is delivered daily over wwwVRIA.org. Major initiatives include<
Known as Holiday Homes and Holiday-Lets in some parts of the word, Vacation Rentals have become a preferred alternative for recreational travelers. They are located in city and suburban areas, well known tourist destinations such as Hawaii, Florida and Europe as well as regionally preferred locations including lake houses, ski chalets and getaways of every sort and size.
Beyond the sharing Economy hipsters hype - the Real Airbnb Effect (02/07/14 – Tnooze.com) — This is an opinion from Steve Brenner, co-owner of the Cross-Pollinate information site, owner of the Beehive and ex-member the STA Travel team. read more ›
Yelp aggressive Ad company (01/16/14 – Seattle Times Newspaper) — Is Yelp an impartial free service to consumers or an aggressive advertising company touting the services of paying clients, asks guest columnist Terry Thomas. read more ›
Florida Vacation Rental Managers Teach Liens (02/20/13 – FreeLineMediaOrlando.com) — Vacation Rental property managers are sometimes left short by property owners. The Association offers a course that deals with collecting from property owners including the use of liens. read more ›
WAVRMA widens doors for new members & directors (04/27/12 – WAVRMA.org) — Washington State Vacation Rental Manager Association returns to its roots of free wwheeling open-forum trade association open to membeship by managers, suppliers and vacation rental suppoters. read more ›
VRIA Director - 10 Things Vacation-Rental Sites Won't Say (12/14/11 – Smart Money Magazine) — Since 2008, when Americans spent $24 billion on vacation rentals, the industry has undergone a veritable sea change, thanks to a new breed of travel-booking websites read more ›