Items Tagged with 'Short-term rental management'

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  • Co-living startup Bungalow launches with $64 million in funding

    Pairs “early career professionals” with property owners in unique arrangement
    Bungalow, a real estate startup, recently launched to bring a new renting option to some of nation’s largest cities. Think of the company as a cross between co-living and a short-term rental platform like Airbnb, because instead of co-living in an apartment building, Bungalow renters co-live in a house. And instead of only staying for just a few days, Bungalow renters stay for an average of 12 months.
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  • WhyHotel adds Cathy Ross to board, expands in D.C.

    The young multifamily hospitality pop-up is in full growth mode, adding locations and leaders to its roster
    Symbiotic alternative lodging service WhyHotel added Exclusive Resorts CEO Cathy Ross to its board and is launching a new, 95-unit pilot site in the NoMa area of Washington, D.C. Recently, the young company received $3.94 million in seed funding which has allowed the company to set up new locations and build out its leadership team.
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  • RealPage launching platform to help turn empty apartments into short-term rentals

    KigoHospitality will help landlords looking to use 5 to 30 units as short-term rentals
    RealPage subsidiary Kigo, a vacation rental booking and management platform, is a launching a new program targeted at managing short-term rentals in multifamily properties. The launch of this product comes at a time when short-term rentals are a hot-button topic for the industry, and while some multifamily entities are against short-term rentals, RealPage is leaning into the issue.
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