As California rolls out short-term rental regulations, investors look elsewhere

“I’ve seen some investors change their plans because of these new regulations,” David Lukan, a Compass agent in Los Angeles, told Inman.

Vacasa raises $319M for expansion, tech enhancements

Fast-growing vacation rental startup Vacasa announced Tuesday that it has raised $319 million in its latest funding round, helping drive its total valuation to more than $1 billion.

Vacasa wraps up purchase of Wyndham Vacation Rentals

Vacation rental startup Vacasa announced today that it has wrapped up a massive deal to acquire Wyndham Vacation Rentals, in the process growing its total portfolio to include tens of thousands of units.

How to find a reliable property manager

Two experts answer five common questions about hiring the right property management company.

When will real estate investors start reacting to climate change?

Climate change is making flooding, wildfires, algae blooms and more worse. But real estate in affected communities isn’t slowing — yet.

Online retailer Wayfair to sell pre-designed sets of home furnishings

The company believes the prospect of buying a room’s worth of furnishings and fixtures will appeal to property managers and short-term rental owners.

Vacasa properties are now bookable through Google

A new integration between the rental management company and the search giant will allow Vacasa properties to show up in Google searches and maps of hotels.

This is how you succeed at renting

More than a third of all American households currently rent out at least a part of their home or a second property — a number that’s growing fast.

Smokey Mountains named the best spot to buy vacation rentals

The Smokey Mountains, a range that spans the border between Tennessee and North Carolina, is currently the hottest place in the U.S. for vacation rentals, according to a new report from vacation rental startup Vacasa.

Vacasa to acquire Wyndham Vacation Rentals in $162M deal

The $162 million deal, to be finalized this fall, will grow Vacasa’s portfolio to more than 23,000 vacation rental units across nearly every continent.