Friday, October 22, 2021

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AirGMS Released a First True Alternative to Airbnb Mobile App

A revolution in efficiency, convenience, and transparency for Airbnb hosts, AirGMS has developed a vital tool for thousands nationwide - from individual hosts to enterprises with over 300 listings. A fan-favorite alternative to the difficult interface of the Airbnb app, AirGMS is now available on both the Apple App Store and the Google Play Market, making it accessible to Airbnb managers on the go, no matter where their busy schedules take them.
AirGMS Vacation Rental Software

Canadian Airbnb Software and Key Exchange Service Announce Integration to Streamline Airbnb Management

There is a recent emergence of businesses that are centered around Airbnb, businesses that's purposes are to make the lives of hosts easier. The businesses aim to do this by automation, outsourcing, and increasing possibilities. Recently, there have been two companies in particular that have been making advancements in the industry.
AirGMS

Vacation Rental Software Developed By Airbnb Hosts Is Setting New Industry Standards

AirGMS is a Vancouver startup that is making life a lot easier for a new generation of Airbnb hosts. By differentiating itself from the crowd with a number of exclusive features - such as native autoresponders - AirGMS is proving to be a game changer for vacation property managers, whether they have hundreds of properties or just a handful.

Business Real Estate Press Releases

MooveGuru Names Kathleen Kuhn as Company President

MooveGuru, the leading provider of moving services delivered through real estate firms to consumers, is pleased to announce that Kathleen Kuhn will become the company's President, and the first female President in the company's history.

Recent Gov & Nonprofit Real Estate Press Releases

AGC

ONLY 14 STATES AND D.C. ADDED CONSTRUCTION JOBS SINCE PANDEMIC BEGAN...

Texas, Louisiana Have Worst Job Losses Since February 2020, While Utah and Idaho Add the Most; Tennessee and Alaska Have Worst One-Month Losses, While Texas and Connecticut Top