We know that today’s consumers seek more immersive, authentic experiences while traveling and vacation rentals provide a great way to enjoy a local’s perspective in a new destination. However, vacation rental options in Nicaragua have historically been very limited and not suited to the expectations of modern global travelers. To solve this problem, the U.S. based vacation rental company; Vacasa now offers its comprehensive management services in Nicaragua.
With Vacasa, homeowners can easily rent their second homes to travelers, earning passive income with almost no additional work. In turn, travelers can rest assured that the vacation home they book will be clean, ready on time, easy to book, and accurately advertised. Vacasa anticipates that this service will draw an influx of international travelers to Nicaragua, benefitting local businesses that rely on tourism.
Vacasa employs more than 1,400 people in the U.S., Italy, Spain, Chile, Belize, Costa Rica, and now; Nicaragua. Founded and headquartered in Portland, Oregon, Vacasa’s local teams manage and maintain 5,100 vacation rentals. Meanwhile, 300 marketing and technology professionals optimize the listings, ensuring that each home earns the highest returns for owners. On average, Vacasa earns homeowners 34 percent more revenue than its competitors. Results that are driven by advanced technology and systems.
Vacasa has hired Karinda Boone to manage its Nicaragua operation. Boone, a longtime employee who has been with the company for almost five years, will help to develop the market, sign up homes, and oversee employees. In 2011, Karinda and her husband Fred moved from Oregon to Tola, Rivas where they lived for two years. During that time, the Boones became the guardians of two local children who they will now reunite with in San Juan del Sur.
“We are thrilled to be able to provide an elevated standard of vacation rental service in Nicaragua,” says Boone. “At Vacasa, we take great pride in providing best-in-class service, giving our guests a consistent and reliable vacation rental experience every time they book a Vacasa home. I feel very privileged to be able to share the beauty of Nicaragua with travelers from all over the world.”
Homeowners who are interested in renting their vacation homes through Vacasa can connect with Boone directly at 541-318-0123, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. To book a Vacasa stay or to learn more about the company, please visit https://www.vacasa.com/