Home » News » Lavanda plans national rollout previous nextProptechLavanda plans national rolloutThe Negotiator15th May 20180379 Views Lavanda, the hospitality-led short term rental platform, has been awarded “Best Short-term Rental Platform/Operator” at the 2018 Serviced Apartment Awards.Lavanda partners with estate agents to monetise vacant property within the sales or letting cycle.It turns vacant properties into hotel-style accommodation to optimise the property’s earning potential – efficiently generating thousands of pounds of additional income for vendors and landlords through fully-managed “super short lets”.Piers Brown, CEO of International Hospitality Media said, “Lavanda was praised by judges for its innovation, its excellence in hospitality and the identification of a new source of accommodation that ahs the potential to disrupt the market. They aim to bridge the gap between traditional estate agents and the rapidly evolving short-term rental sector, with which Airbnb has become synonymous.”Co-founder and Head of Lavanda AGENT, Frank Breckner, said, “We’re delighted to have our short-term rental platform recognised by the Serviced Apartment Awards. We work tirelessly to provide a hassle-free solution that creates maximum value for estate agents, vendors and landlords, with complete peace of mind.”“Lavanda helps estate agents stand out from the crowd and win more instructions by generating income from property that would otherwise be standing vacant.”https://lavanda.co.uk/ hospitality-led short term rental platform proptech Lavanda short lets Best Short-term Rental Platform/Operator May 15, 2018The NegotiatorWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021
26 Vakuta Street Fig Tree PocketThis architecturally designed home has sold before auction for $1.7 million. The home at 26 Vakuta St, Fig Tree Pocket.Mr Goesh said that although the suburb was popular, there was a shortage of properties available to buy.“There aren’t enough homes for sale to satisfy the demand,” he said.Data from CoreLogic found median prices in the area were up 35.8 per cent in the past year. The home at 26 Vakuta Street Fig Tree Pocket.“It’s still a leafy, rural suburban area with generous block sizes and less density,” he said.“Plus the schools and parks are a huge draw card for potential buyers.” Inside 26 Vakuta St, Fig Tree Pocket.“There’s good separation in the home and multiple entertaining areas,” he said.“That really appealed to a lot of buyers.”Mr Goesh said this sale was a strong start to 2018 and a positive reflection on the market in Fig Tree Pocket. Inside 26 Vakuta St, Fig Tree Pocket.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus21 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market21 hours agoMarketing agent Kel Goesh of Brisbane Real Estate said it was the layout of the home that enticed the new owners, a family renting in the area, to buy the property. The home at26 Vakuta St, Fig Tree Pocket.The property, at 26 Vakuta St, Fig Tree Pocket, sits on a 1494sq m block surrounded by rainforest.
E.I.A.C. Wrestling Meet . . . At South Dearborn.Monday Night, January 27 Wrestling begins at 4:30 PM.Boys’ Freshman Tournament. . . At Connersville High School Gymnasium Monday Night January 27th.Game 1 East Central vs. Lawrenceburg 6:00 PM.Game 2 Connersville vs. Rushville 7:15 PM.Tuesday Night January 28th.Game 3 Batesville vs. Franklin County 6:00 PM.Game 4 Greensburg vs. South Dearborn 7:15 PM.Wednesday Night January 29th .Game 5 Winner Game 1 vs. Winner Game 2 6:00 PM.Game 6 Winner Game 3 vs. Winner Game 4 7:15 PM.Saturday Morning February 1st.Girls Championship Game beginning at 10:00 AM.Boys Championship Game beginning at 11:30 AM.Girls’ Freshman (C) Tournament . . . At East Central for two rounds.Monday Night , January 27th (Main Gym).Game 1 Franklin County vs Batesville 6:00 PM.Game 2 Greensburg vs South Dearborn 7:15 PM.Tuesday Night, January 28th (Aux Gym).Game 3 East Central vs winner game 1 6:00 PM.Game 4 Rushville vs Winner Game 2 7:15 PM.Championship game will be played at Connersville, February 1st, 10:00 AM.Girls Varsity and JV Basketball . . . At Greensburg Tuesday, January 28JV starts at 6:00 PM* Cancel the South Ripley game that was scheduled for that evening.Boys Varsity and JV Basketball . . . At Connersville, Tuesday, February 4.JV starts at 6:00 PM.7th & 8th Girls Basketball at Columbus Central Tournament . . . Not being rescheduled.Submitted by Batesville AD Mark Ferguson.
BRITT, Iowa – The stars of the IMCA Modified division will shine during a rich three nights of racing at Hancock County Speedway.The Thursday, Aug. 10 Night of 1,000 Stars at Britt pays a guaranteed $3,500 to win, plus a bonus of $1,000 to the leader at halfway and another $1,000 if they have perfect attendance this season at Britt.The Night of 10,000 Stars on Friday, Aug. 11 boasts a $7,000 top check, plus $1,000 bonuses to the halfway leader, for perfect attendance and for having won on Thursday as well.Winner of the Saturday, Aug. 12 Shryock Memorial All Stars event can more than double his or her guaranteed $4,000 payday: In addition to the $1,000 paid to the halfway leader, $1,000 bonuses will be paid if the Shryock winner as perfect season attendance and won on Friday.Another $1,500 bonus goes to the driver winning all three Stars features, making their earnings for three days an impressive $24,000.All three events are draw/redraw and qualifiers for the 2018 Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational ballot. IMCA Speedway Motor Weekly Racing National, Side Biter Chassis North Central Region and Allstar Performance State points, but no track points will be awarded.Thirty cars will start three-wide in each of the 50-lappers. Minimum start money is $300 on Thursday and Saturday and $400 on Friday.Pit gates open at 4:30 p.m., the front gate opens at 5:30 p.m. and racing follows 6:30 p.m. hot laps each night. Grandstand admission is $15 for adults, $10 for students ages 13-17 and free for kids 12 and under. Pit passes are $30.Also running on the 23rd annual Landus Cooperative and Doug Studer Farms-sponsored Night of 1,000 Stars card are Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMods for $750 to win, IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars for $600 to win and IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars for $500 to win.DuPont Pioneer and DuPont Crop Protection sponsor the fifth annual Night of 10,000 Stars. Stock Cars run for $750 to win, SportMods and Hobby Stocks both for $500 to win.The Shryock Memorial is sponsored by Lake Mills Motor Sports and Pritchard Family Auto Stores. Top checks are $750 for the Hobby Stocks, $600 for the Stock Cars and $500 for the SportMods.National and state points will be awarded to Stock Car, SportMod and Hobby Stock competitors; regional points will also be given to Stock and Hobby drivers. Transponder scoring will be used all three nights.More information is available at the www.hancockcountyspeedway.com website or by emailing [email protected] Hancock County Speedway events are all part of IMCA Modified Speedweek, which starts with the Arnold Motor Supply Hawkeye Dirt Tour show on Aug. 7 at Clay County Fair Speedway in Spencer.The Harris Clash is Aug. 8 at Hamilton County Speedway in Webster City and the Hawkeye Dirt Tour finale is Aug. 9 at Buena Vista Raceway in Alta.All six events will be broadcast by IMCATV.