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Founded in 1985, the Vacation Rental Managers Association (VRMA) is an international, professional trade association of the vacation rental property management and hospitality industries. Membership includes hundreds of professional vacation rental manager and supplier members around the globe.

VRMA advances the vacation rental industry by providing invaluable educational and networking opportunities, promoting the value of the vacation rental experience and speaking as the authoritative voice to foster professionalism and growth in the industry.

VRMA Events


  • New Revenue: Innovative Revenue Models from the Vacation Rental Industry and Beyond

    • Thursday, April 17, 2014
    • Andrew McConnell

    After such a positive response to our session at VRMA East, and in preparation for conducting a similar session at VRMA West, we wanted to share some of the ideas with those who were not able to attend, or who would like additional color on the topics covered. To that end, this will be the first piece in a three part series covering “New Revenue: Innovative Revenue Models from the Vacation Rental Industry and Beyond.”

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  • Awesome Vacation Rental Marketing Idea: Competitive Advantage Through Local Partnerships

    • Thursday, April 10, 2014
    • Adam Norko

    Now that we’ve established the importance of vacation rental marketing (especially inbound marketing), and many vacation rental managers are hitting the busiest time of year, it's time to try to break off some VRM marketing ideas into smaller chunks.  

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  • Talking points for recruiting homeowners

    • Thursday, April 03, 2014
    • Andrew McConnell

    Increasing the number of properties you manage is the best and fastest way to grow your business. Of course, adding properties is easier said than done. Here are talking points to use when you have a conversation with a prospective homeowner.

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