Lorie McBrien Departs Airbnb and Joins Vector Travel to Lead Growth

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LOS ANGELES–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Multifamily industry leader, Lorie McBrien, joins multifamily hospitality company Vector Travel as Vice President of Sales. Lorie will lead Vector’s national expansion in delivering its turnkey hospitality solution to more companies within the multifamily sector. Prior to assuming her latest role, Lorie led growth at Airbnb’s multifamily division […]

LOS ANGELES–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Multifamily industry leader, Lorie McBrien, joins multifamily hospitality company Vector Travel as Vice President of Sales. Lorie will lead Vector’s national expansion in delivering its turnkey hospitality solution to more companies within the multifamily sector.

Prior to assuming her latest role, Lorie led growth at Airbnb’s multifamily division as their Manager of Strategic Real Estate Rentals where she owned all aspects of client partnership development including strategy, personnel development, client relationships, sales production, and reporting. Lorie has also held leadership positions at Realogy, Yardi, RentPath, and Invitation Homes / Waypoint Homes in her illustrious multifamily career.

Lorie will help lead Vector’s national expansion efforts with conventional multifamily providers in stabilized and lease-up buildings with vacancy issues that can be solved through short term rental activities.

Vector Travel CEO, Mickey Kropf, exhibited optimism about her hiring, stating, “Lorie is a leader in both multifamily and short term rentals, and we are excited to see how her leadership and execution can expand our offerings to deliver even more value to multifamily companies.”

Founded in early 2018, Vector Travel is the first full-service, tech-enabled multifamily hospitality company to partner with multifamily companies to generate a new form of NOI in assets with vacancy. Vector Travel’s proprietary analytics and revenue management algorithms ensure best in class revenue performance for its clients across markets. Vector Travel currently operates in approximately 25 markets and is rapidly expanding. Contact Lorie directly at [email protected], or visit www.vectorstays.com for additional information.

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