There's nothing worse than hosting a guest, then realizing their payment didn't go through. Sadly, this happens all the time, as chargebacks are among the most common challenges faced in hospitality.
COVID-19 has caused a shift in the short-term rental industry. In response to the pandemic, OTAs cancelled all bookings made through their sites after a certain date.
The COVID-19 pandemic has flipped the vacation rental industry upside down, forcing many property managers to rethink their business models.
he ongoing pandemic has changed how the world operates. These days, workers from across the globe, including short-term rental operators, are being forced to participate in 'the world’s largest work-from-home experiment.'
After losing control of their business through OTAs’ aggressive cancelation policies and reactions to the crisis, hosts realized there’s more at stake than the commission they pay.
Times are tough right now, there’s no doubt about it. And as the COVID-19 pandemic prolongs, it only seems to be getting worse for property managers.
COVID-19 has sent the hospitality industry into a state of flux. With flights grounded, bookings cancelled and employees laid off, travel is on pause.
Since the outbreak of COVID-19, travel restrictions have devastated the hospitality industry. With flights grounded, bookings cancelled and short-term rentals banned, hospitality providers are struggling to find their footing.