Oasis, a Miami-based luxury home-sharing startup whose investors include Hyatt Hotel Corp., has been acquired by Portland, Oregon-based Vacasa for an undisclosed amount.
The buy will allow Vacasa to expand its international growth with Oasis properties in Barcelona, Spain; London; Milan; Paris; and Santiago, Chile. The vacation rental management company, which has grown in the double digits since its founding more than a decade ago, now has a global inventory of 10,600 properties
“Building Oasis has been an amazing and rewarding experience, and I’m excited to see what the future holds with Vacasa,” founder an CEO Parker Stanberry said. “Vacasa’s scale and expertise in property management and marketing, paired with its industry-leading pricing technology, will elevate the experience for our homeowners and guests.”