Travel Advantage Network president Scott Fasano said: “During the post-Covid travel boom, we were positioned well to offer our travellers greater value than ever as they were taking advantage of their fixed rate vacations, while retail rates were skyrocketing. Now, as we shift into this next season of the economy, we’re focused on expanding our footprint and partners in the inventory space.
“It’s time to push TAN into the national conversation as a solution for property owners and property managers to achieve and exceed their rental revenues and occupancy goals. This partnership with Vintory is the first step in making that happen.
“We’ve lined up an incredible group of national, regional, and local partners that we’re going to be introducing to our TAN travellers that will take our program to an entirely different level,” he added.
Vintory claims to be the “first and only platform designed exclusively to help vacation rental managers recruit new homeowners and add more properties to their management programme.
Brooke Pfautz, founder and CEO of Vintory, said: “TAN is an outstanding bookend to stop the fall and ensure owners are hitting their ROIs and not giving back their gains. As the market adjusts to pre-pandemic revenues, Vintory can offer its vacation rental managers, an alternative that will stabilise their revenues and provide TAN with an outlet for its client base.”