HomeToGo to add mid-term rentals to its services

March 6, 2019
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HomeToGo, a vacation rental metasearch much like Trivago, has announced that it will add mid-term rentals to its portfolio.

In a statement, the company said the move follows in excess of $50 million in booking volume in 2018 for mid-term rental properties.

HomeToGo, which was founded back in 2014, has primarily focused on the short-term rental market since its launch, however upon seeing the booking volumes and the amount of inventory it already had available, it said the move into mid-term rentals made sense.

The company, which is based in Berlin, has over two million mid-term rental accommodation offerings on its platform from around 130 providers and the business development team is now seeking to agree additional partnerships with other providers to further increase its offering.

HomeToGo is an independent vacation rental metasearch engine that allows you to quickly and easily search and compare listings of over 11 million offers in over 200 countries from more than 250 providers.

With features such as smart filtering, users can find their ideal vacation rental by sorting according to their preferred destination, travel dates, budget and amenities.

Headquartered in Berlin, the founding trio comprises of Patrick Andrä, Wolfgang Heigl and Nils Regge. The company currently employs more than 150 employees and operates local sites in the U.S., twelve European countries, Russia, Mexico and Australia.

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March 6, 2019

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