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VRC COO, Marybeth Miles, Panelist at Expedia Group’s Explore 22 Conference
May 4, 2022
VRC's Chief Operations Officer, Marybeth Miles, sits on the panel at Expedia Group's Explore 22 Conference.
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Good Neighbor Summit - Denver 2021
December 9, 2021
Industry experts at this year’s summit forecast global travel trends as we look ahead to 2022 and gave insight on what it means to the short-term rental industry, while other panelists discussed short-term rental regulation trends in Colorado. The Good Neighbor Summit started in 2019 to bring together short-term rental leaders, hosts, community members, small […]
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Vacation rental bookings down in January, but too soon to know if new excise tax is the reason
Mike Wiggins - Ouray Plaindealer
March 31, 2022
Coming off back-to-back record years of sales and lodging tax revenue, the city of Ouray is off to a strong economic start in 2022, which includes receipts from the new excise tax on short-term rentals...Reservations and revenue numbers from the city show that bookings of houses, townhomes and condominiums - the properties that are subject […]
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Downtown Durango, CO Vacation Rental
Are Vacation Rentals Cutting Into Durango's Housing Stock?
Christian Burney, The Durango Herald
March 26, 2022
Vacation and short-term rentals have taken a new and lucrative shape over the last decade through services such as Vrbo and Airbnb. But a balance between vacation locations and long-term residences is needed to keep housing inventory at sustainable levels, according to city and county officials. The city of Durango planned ahead for maintaining this […]
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Statewide summit reviews latest short-term regulations in mountain towns
Jenna deJong, Summitdaily.com
December 9, 2021
Leaders from Steamboat Springs, Durango, Denver, Telluride and Summit County speak about the latest regulations to hit their local vacation rental industries. The revolution against the short-term rental industry isn’t confined to the borders of Summit County. During the third annual virtual Good Neighbor Summit on Wednesday, Dec. 8, industry leaders across the state gathered […]
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Vacation Rental Collective (VRC) COVID-19 Update
August 7, 2020
Watch the video below about the recent updates Vacation Rental Collective has taken to address the COVID 19 epidemic and crisis.
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The Art of Revenue Management- Interview
April 2, 2021
We don’t just set it and forget it! Monitoring short-term vacation rental rates and revenue is crucial to ensure we are supporting our homeowners by competing with market rates and earning the revenue our owners deserve.  Check out the interview below for a behind-the-scenes look at the strategy behind rate and revenue management.  Watch as […]
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Colorado vacation homes get a new use during COVID-19
Debbie Higgs - Rocky Mountain PBS
April 26, 2020
In March, Premier Vacation Rentals Group (now Vacation Rental Collective) began providing lodging for first responders, medical personnel, elderly residents , family members of medically compromised individuals, and others in need of housing who need to self isolate. The company operates in Durango, Ouray, Ridgeway, Vail, Denver, Moab, and some other popular vacation areas outside […]
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Colorado Property Managers Unite To Provide Free Accommodations During Pandemic
Cielo Vida | Rentresponsibly.org
April 23, 2020
FROM IMPACTED TO IMPACTFULWith a population just under 19,000 people, Durango’s small mountain town vibe and close proximity to the San Juan Mountain Range make the region a prime location for vacation rentals. In 2011, Chris Bettin and Keith Brant launched Premier Vacation Rentals Group (now VRC) there, capitalizing on this locale. Today, the company […]
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Share Your Story: From Impacted to Impactful
May 1, 2020
This temporary program strives to strengthen resources available in the Colorado communities PVRG operates in. VRMA member and CEO of PVRG (now VRC), Chris Bettin, said that both himself and Keith Brant, the company’s co-founder, “have been trying to find some way to help the communities we work in as we experience historic cancellations and unprecedented […]
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Sarah and T – The professional Vacation Rental Manager’s Podcast
Sarah and T Podcast
May 19, 2020
This is Sarah and T – The Professional Vacation Rental Manager’s Podcast. The first podcast dedicated to the professional vacation rental manager. Join Sarah Bradford and Tim Cafferty on their journey through day to day issues affecting the professional vacation rental manager. From the Coast to the Mountains Sarah and T have it covered when […]
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How 15 Property Managers Are Navigating the Crisis
Bethany Mae Milne - Rentals United
July 1, 2020
Without a doubt, COVID-19 is changing the face of the vacation rental business and it’s changing it fast. There are a lot of decisions to be made about how you are going to run your business in this changing landscape. In their podcast Sarah and T, hosts Sarah Bradford and Tim Cafferty discuss the day-to-day issues […]
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Colorado Vacation Rentals Offered as Coronavirus Relief Lodging
Kieran Nicholsan - The Denver Post
April 16, 2020
Colorado vacation rental companies, brought to a standstill by the novel coronavirus and ensuing stay-at-home orders, have banded together to provide optional lodging for people who have been adversely effected by the pandemic. The relief program, started in late March in partnership with property owners, who like the companies provide relief housing for qualifying individuals, […]
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Feed the frontlines Looking for Donations
Patrick Armijo - The Durango Herald
January 21, 2021
Feed the Frontlines, an effort aimed at helping Durango restaurants cope with reduced business during the COVID-19 pandemic while providing meals to front-line workers battling the virus, is back for a second round. Organized under the umbrella of Local First, Feed the Frontlines aims to take in donations to pay restaurants that will cook daily […]
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Manna Head Chef Surprised with $5,000 After House Fire
Shannon Mullane - Herald Staff Writer
February 19, 2021
Weeks after Seanan Culloty lost everything in a house fire, he walked into Alpine Bank in Durango ready to talk about options to purchase a home. Instead, he was surprised with a $5,000 check. “All the sudden, Rotary, Chris Bettin and Alpine Bank came out and surprised me with this check from Chris Bettin,” said […]
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