HomeAway has been part of the Expedia travel group since 2015. They continue to grow their numbers to attract listings from as many vacation rentals as possible.
Just so, what did Expedia pay for HomeAway?
Expedia said it had agreed to acquire HomeAway, adding vacation rentals to its wide swath of online travel booking options. Expedia plans to pay $3.9 billion, or $38.31 a share, in cash and stock for all of HomeAway's brands — a premium of nearly 20 percent to Wednesday's closing stock price.
Also Know, does Expedia own HomeAway and VRBO?
VRBO was founded in 1995 and acquired by HomeAway in 2006, both of which were acquired by Expedia Group in December 2015. As the Vrbo brand is introduced in new markets, sites such as HomeAway.com and Abritel.fr will continue to operate. About Expedia Group. Expedia Group (NASDAQ: EXPE) is the world's travel platform.
Who is HomeAway affiliated with?
HomeAway, formerly the name of Expedia Group's alternative accommodations division, helps travelers find the perfect vacation home to meet their needs.
Is booking with HomeAway safe?
HomeAway is as safe to use as any other booking website that allows you to book a stay at someone's dwelling. In fact, it is perhaps safer than other websites due to their property damage protection, insurance, secure communications, fraud protection, deposit protection, and 24/7 customer service.