Vacasa, North America’s leading vacation rental management platform, offers full-service vacation rental management which is crucial in a leading travel destination such as Whistler.
“Whistler is a highly competitive market. There are a multitude of competitors and so many options,” Steve Seatle, senior general manager at Vacasa, says.
“Guests have high expectations when they come to Whistler. They spend money to come to a world-class destination, they expect world-class service.
“If there’s a problem in the middle of the night, they need someone who is responsive and who is able to resolve issues immediately.”
Vacasa welcomes approximately two million guests a year and manages more than 30,000 homes throughout North America, Belize and Costa Rica.
Managing a vacation rental isn’t easy, but Vacasa takes the stress out of managing a rental property by handling every hassle for owners for one straightforward cost.
Vacasa offers 24-hour local guest support, 360-degree home tours, professional writing and photography, streamlined reservation management, and enhanced cleaning protocols after each stay.
Not only that, but Vacasa leverages technology to set the optimal nightly rate, ensuring owners are maximizing earnings from their vacation homes.
“Vacasa’s proprietary technology monitors a multitude of factors, whether it’s competitive rate, length of stay, seasonality, events that are taking place, and it will maximize revenue and adjust rates multiple times daily to make them as competitive as possible.”
Homeowners are free to access their properties as much or as little as they want when being managed by Vacasa.
To have the best experience using a property management company, Seatle encourages owners to communicate their expectations for renting their properties in advance.
Some people view their properties primarily as a source of income and are looking to maximize their rental earnings. Others use their properties frequently and want to rent them out occasionally when they’re not being used.
“That really impacts how the manager cares for the property ,” Seatle says.
“Before you sign a contract, it’s important to ask a number of questions, including management fee, services, level of guest support, and if they offer 24/7 guest coverage.”
To get started maximizing your rental property income in Whistler today, visit www.vacasa.com.