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Articles tagged “vacasa”

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India’s Boom, Big Banks, and AI: How Our 2023 Megatrends Are Playing Out

From travel marketing's AI-infused reboot to blended travel's entrenchment and the rise of Indian travelers as a force, Skift's 2023 Travel Megatrends are holding up nicely. That's a teaser for Megatrends 2024-style.

India’s Boom, Big Banks, and AI: How Our 2023 Megatrends Are Playing Out

Short-Term Rentals

European Short-Term Rental Brands See Surge in Dealmaking

When an investment banker says the market isn't going to deliver value, it's a wake up call.

European Short-Term Rental Brands See Surge in Dealmaking

Short-Term Rentals

Vacasa Continues to Lose Vacation Rental Owners

From the end of last year until now, Vacasa has seen homeowners leaving its platform and CEO Rob Greyber expects it will continue into the first quarter of 2024.

Short-Term Rentals

Vacasa Sheds More Vacation Rental Owners

Vacasa's problem of homeowner churn continues, but the company is resting its hopes on cost cuts.

Vacasa Sheds More Vacation Rental Owners

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Inspirato Is the Latest Entrant to the SPAC-Stock Split Club

Luxury brand Inspirato is implementing a 1-for-20 reverse stock split of its Class A, Class B non-voting, and Class V common stock to meet Nasdaq's $1 bid price requirement — similar to Vacasa and Sonder’s stock split. 

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A Trimmed Down VTrips Laid Off 9% of Its Employees

Consider this a peek behind the curtain of VTrips, which has not been immune from the layoffs rocking the property management industry.

A Trimmed Down VTrips Laid Off 9% of Its Employees

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Vacasa Announces Reverse Stock Split

Property manager Vacasa announced its intent to conduct a one-for-20 reverse stock split that's geared to get its share price higher than $1 per share and therefore to be continued to trade on Nasdaq. A vacation rental that Vacasa manages. Source: Vacasa Its shares were trading for $0.48 midday on Friday. The reverse stock split,…

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Vacasa Ups Outlook to ‘Slight’ Profitability in 2023

Vacasa officials said they are focusing on execution and there are modest signs of progress. Still, no one said this would be easy.

Vacasa Ups Outlook to ‘Slight’ Profitability in 2023

Short-Term Rentals

Vacasa’s Reliance on Booking Sites

Vacasa's debut in the public market had a significant impact on the short-term rental industry, showcasing its influence as one of the largest branded property managers in the U.S.

Short-Term Rentals

Vacasa is a Leader in Brand Building But Relies Too Much on Booking Sites

Vacasa is a leader in brand building within the short-term rental space, but Skift Research estimates it still relies heavily on third-party booking sites, like Airbnb, for the majority of sales. Management surely hopes to become a majority first-party business – and to earn the margin benefits that follow.

Vacasa is a Leader in Brand Building But Relies Too Much on Booking Sites