TurnKey uses proprietary hardware, software, and processes along with highly trained local staff to prevent and quickly resolve issues that arise during high profile events to prevent incidents like those chronicled by the Austin American Statesman....Read more
Listen to T.J. Clark on the Norris Group's podcast. Aaron Norris and T.J. Clark discuss the benefits of owning and staying in a vacation rental as well as the regulatory pitfalls. Tune in to hear their engaging conversation....Read more
With fraud and theft among the biggest concerns facing vacation rental owners, TurnKey's enhanced guest screening process now includes IDology positive identification technology to provide real-time, bank-level verification of guests.
MarketPlace.org: Short-term rentals are reshaping real estate market in some cities In a few ways, the McMillin Court in Nashville, Tenn. looks like a vintage motel. It is yellow-and-gray, two stories tall, and in the shape of a horseshoe. All 16 units have their own doors to the outside.
The kicker is the neon sign in blue and yellow. It even touts “no vacancy,” although that’s kind of a joke. Since these are former apartments, there’s no front desk to inquire about a room. Guests like Luke Graham, of London, England, book online.
“It ticked all the boxes really,” said Graham, 33. “A good rate. It’s easy to book … For me, it’s like, as long as you can get in and secure, that’s all you need.”...Read more
Built In Austin
Austin Travel Tech: 6 Companies You Should Know
TurnKey Vacation Rentals is honored to be named to a list of 5 travel tech companies you should know by Built In Austin. This publication is a hub for startups and tech in Austin....Read more
Tnooz: TurnKey raises $10 million to expand its vacation rentals management service.
TurnKey, a company that sells technology to support vacation rental owners, has raised $10 million, bringing its total investment, to date, to $20 million....Read more
The Independent: Austin-Based TurnKey Expands to South Coast Market
The vacation rental market is huge and only getting bigger. It generated around $110 billion in the United States and Europe last year, and while that’s only one-third of what the hotel industry took in, the corner of the short-term sharing economy is growing by 10 percent a year.
Austin American-Statesman's Austin Startup Puts Tech-Focused Spin on Rental Property Management When the Strubs heard about a new Austin-based online service that handles the process of renting out a vacation home- from marketing it on sites like HomeAway to sending a cleaning service when the guests leave-they signed up. ...Read more