Salt Lake City in Utah

iTrip Vacations adds Utah market to portfolio

US: iTrip Vacations has added an additional market in Utah to its vacation rental management portfolio.

iTrip Vacations Salt Lake City, which is owned and managed by Jeff and Delese Bettinson, has launched as the latest  destination for the company.

The vacation property management company serves rental owners and guests in Davis, Salt Lake and Utah Counties, which includes resorts in the canyons. The full-service programme places a focus on maximising net rental incomes, increasing guest satisfaction, and includes international marketing, free light maintenance, a local team available 24/7 and quick-response systems.

iTrip Vacations Salt Lake City owner, Jeff Bettinson, said: “We are excited to bring the iTrip Vacations brand to the Salt Lake region. The global marketing power of iTrip’s technology platform coupled with our local property management expertise creates unparalleled value for property owners and unforgettable guest experience.

“We look forward to attracting and hosting people in Salt Lake City,” he added.

The addition in Utah is part of a growing number of destinations managed by iTrip Vacations, which is now the largest franchise brand serving the full-service vacation rental industry in North America.

iTrip Vacations co-founder Steve Presley said: “iTrip has also been named a HomeAway Elite Partner, ranking us among the best vacation rental software companies in the world. This recognition further supports the strong booking metrics we continue to see from our system.”

The Salt Lake City area sits along the base of the Wasatch Front, representing a prime location for tourists and locals to enjoy a modern urban lifestyle paired with resort-style leisure and outdoor activities.

Some of its most recognisable attractions include mountain resorts like Alta and Sundance, the architecture and gardens of Temple Square, wildlife at Antelope Island, museums and event venues and sports arenas.

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