iTrip Vacations launches new franchise in Florida

US: Short-term rental franchise brand iTrip Vacations has announced an expansion of its management programme in Florida with the launch of iTrip Vacations Pompano Beach.

The short-term rental property management company, owned and managed by Brittany and Garren Burton, serves homeowners and guests in Boca RatonDeerfield BeachLighthouse PointPompano BeachCoconut Creek and the surrounding areas. The full-service programme aims to increase net rental income and five-star guest reviews, while providing worldwide marketing, free light maintenance, professional cleaning and automatic-response systems.

Garren Burton, co-owner of iTrip Vacations Pompano Beach, said: “We are overjoyed at the opportunity to partner with homeowners to elevate their property management with elite technology and marketing strategies. Our area offers access to all the adventure and excitement of South Florida – yet off the beaten path.

“You can make lasting memories while enjoying calming breezes, warm waters and tropical vistas,” added Burton.

The Florida expansion is part of a growing portfolio of destinations managed by iTrip Vacations, which claims to be the largest franchise brand serving the short-term rental property management industry in North America.

iTrip Vacations GM / CEO Steve Caron said: “iTrip Vacations has enjoyed incredible growth in 2021 and so far in 2022, as we continue to focus on innovation, automation, and industry-leading technology. Through our valuable partnerships and award-winning software, we provide our franchisees with the highest quality tools and processes available to the short-term rental property management industry.”

The Pompano Beach area is known as the ‘heart of the Gold Coast’, with day trip options to destinations such as Palm BeachFort Lauderdale and Miami.

iTrip Vacations currently has more than 3,800 properties under management in the United States and Canada and provides full-service management programmes to over 100 franchise-owned destinations in North America.