VRBO is an online platform that allows users to book vacation advertisements posted on the platform by owners.
Vrbo is headquartered in Austin, Texas. Vrbo has been a subsidiary of HomeAway since June 2006. Vrbo’s main competitors are onefinestay, BoutiqueHomes and Garden City Realty. As of August 2019, Vrbo had 1.4 million Facebook fans and 19,000 Twitter followers.
Vrbo’s Competitors, Revenue, Number of Employees, Funding and Acquisitions
Vrbo top competitors include: onefinestay, BoutiqueHomes, Garden City Realty, Vacation Rentals, RentMichiganCabins, Cascade Vacation Rentals, Futurestay, Roomorama, Airbnb and Booking.com.
Together they have raised over 6.7 billion of their roughly 23.8 thousand employees. Vrbo’s revenue is ranked third among the top 10 competitors. Top 10 competitors with an average of 817.1 million. Vrbo has 1,000 employees and ranks 3rd among the top 10 competitors. The top 10 competitors average 2257.
- Website: vrbo.com
- Social Media Links: Facebook LinkedIn Twitter
- Founded: 1995
- Est. Annual Revenue: $80M
- Est. Employees: 1,000
- Headquarters: 11920 Alterra Pkwy Suite 100 Austin, Texas 78758
onefinestay is Vrbo’s main competitor. onefinestay was founded in London, England} in 2009. onefinestay competes in the application software industry. Compared to Vrbo, onefinestay generates $ 51 million less in revenue.
BoutiqueHomes is Vrbo’s second competitor. BoutiqueHomes is headquartered in Topanga, California and was founded in 2009. BoutiqueHomes operates in the hospitality industry. BoutiqueHomes generates 3.75% of Vrbo’s revenue.
Garden City Realty is one of the main competitors of Vrbo. Garden
City Realty is a privately held company that was founded in 1973 in Murrells Inlet, South Carolina. Like Vrbo, Garden City Realty also competes in real estate services. Compared to Vrbo, Garden City Realty employs 893 fewer people.