Casago, a vacation rental and property management company, has merged with Grupo Select, which is a property management company in Playa Del Carmen, Mexico.
Grupo Select manages more than 50 properties in the Cancun and Playa del Carmen areas, including Hotel AcroIris in Tulum, according to a press release.
In the merger, Casago will take over onsite operations for properties managed by Grupo Select. By acquiring the Grupo Select properties, Casago will manage more than 100 properties in the region.
“We are pleased to transfer property management operations to Casago, as they have a stellar reputation for customer service and for marketing the vacation rental properties that they manage,” said Javier Naranjo in a prepared statement.
“Our property owners should know that they are in great hands with the team at Casago.”
Casago, headquartered in Scottsdale, has served property owners throughout the American Southwest and Mexico since 2001. With 14 existing markets, the latest partnership expands the “Casago footprint” in the Yucatán Peninsula.
“We feel privileged to take over management operations of the Grupo Select properties and will manage them with the same level of care and service that we offer our other properties across North America,” said Casago Founder/CEO Steve Schwab in a prepared statement.
“Our advanced marketing tools will also help generate more interest from potential renters for these properties and increase reservation rates.”
Property owners will have access to Casago’s exclusive tracking software that provides full real-time transparency for monitoring reservations, maintenance, billings, revenue, and maid service, the release detailed.
Casago will add listings to 200 vacation websites, reaching a potential 24 million guests and 11,000 travel agents to help owners increase bookings. Casago’s staff has close relationships with local boards and conducts background screenings for renters, the release noted.
Casago, formerly known as Sea Side Reservations, provides vacation rental and property management services across Mexico and in select U.S. cities, the release added.