CheckpointID expands offering to vacation rentals with addition of Brian Brown
United States, Texas, Carrollton – 11/11/2019
CheckpointID, the largest fraud prevention company in the multifamily space, has announced the addition of Brian Brown as Vice President of the Vacation Rental Group. Brian has a long history in the vacation rental category and will be responsible for bringing the ID verification tools of CheckpointID to that vertical.
Vacation rental is a rapidly growing market. As of 2018, there are 23,000 vacation rental companies in the U.S.(1); and the market volume is expected to reach $97 billion by 2023 (2).
“We have been approached by many vacation rental partners asking us to bring our unique solution to help them mitigate fraud. Bringing an experienced, talented person like Brian that understands the vacation rental space so well gave us the chance to do just that,” said Terry Slattery, CEO of CheckpointID.
“I am thrilled to be joining this dynamic team at this time. Watching what they are doing for the multifamily industry is fantastic. I am certain the same amazing fraud-prevention tools they have developed will translate perfectly to the vacation rental space,” said Brown.
Checkpoint ID is the leading fraud prevention service in the multifamily industry. Headquartered in Carrollton, Texas, Checkpoint has grown from serving 600 Multifamily properties in January 2019 to over 2200 Properties just 10 months later, making them one of the fastest growing new companies in the apartment space. The company just completed its 1 millionth scan in Multifamily this month.
1 – 2018 Hostfully Market Study
2 – Statista Vacation Rentals Report
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