Portland, Ore.-based Vacasa, an international vacation rental company, has raised a $319 million Series C.
The financing news comes a few months after Vacasa purchased Wyndham Vacation Rentals for $162 million.
However, instead of viewing these companies as competitors, Vacasa lists them as “partners” on its website.
But when it comes to differentiating itself from other rental marketplaces, Sarah Tatone, Vacasa’s head of communications, said that the company “takes care of all aspects of managing a vacation home, from marketing to booking, to housekeeping and maintenance, to taxes.”
As for its would-be competitors, Vacasa offers robust property management, such as a team dedicated for rental interior design services.