iTrip Vacations adds further market in Nashville

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

iTrip Vacations West Nashville, owned and managed by Kevin and Kelly Copeland, has been launched as the latest iTrip Vacations destination.

The vacation property management company serves rental owners and guests in the greater Nashville area, including in the downtown areas of the city. The full-service programme looks to maximise net rental incomes, increase guest satisfaction, as well as provide international marketing, free light maintenance, a local team available 24/7 and quick-response systems.

Kevin Copeland, iTrip Vacations West Nashville owner and manager, said: “After staying in rental properties over the years, we came across iTrip Vacations and we became excited about their concept and what they provide to guests and owners. We are ready to bring iTrip Vacations and these proven systems to the area.”

The Tennessee addition is the latest in a growing number of destinations managed by iTrip Vacations, which is 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 the iTrip system.”

The city of Nashville boasts a heritage of arts and culture, outdoor recreation, sightseeing, shopping, and award-winning dining and nightlife. Its most recognisable attractions include the Grand Ole Opry, Frist Art Museum, Music Row, South Broadway, the Parthenon and Nashville Zoo.

In recent weeks, iTrip Vacations has launched new markets in both Florida and Utah.

For more information, visit the iTrip Vacations website here.

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