A vacation rental site has a reputation for being a hub for fake vacations.
Now, a new way to rent vacation rentals has been developed by a group of students at the University of Chicago.
The site, called Vax Vacations, lets visitors book a hotel room for a day and then rent it out for a night or weekend.
The company is called VacationsRentals.com, and its goal is to help people save money by not paying rent while traveling.
The company says its technology is free, and it is designed to work well on both laptops and tablets.
VacationsRrentals is based in New York, but the students are in Chicago to make it a reality.
They’ve developed a way to easily share vacation rentals that have been rented for years with friends and family.
The team has created an online rental marketplace where people can post vacation rentals and the people who have rented them can see them.
The site currently only allows those with credit cards to post a rental.
Vacsavations.com was founded by two students from the University at Buffalo and Northwestern University.
The students want to help more people avoid paying rent when they travel and they’re not just targeting tourists.
“We want to create an industry, but we’re going to help make the world a little bit more livable,” said David Sallinger, a graduate student in electrical engineering who is helping with the site.
“We want people to have access to resources that are out there, but also have the ability to rent their vacation rentals.”
The students are looking to raise $50,000 to help them launch the site, which they hope will be available by the end of the year.
For those interested, they are asking for donations to help cover hosting costs.
“For the most part, people will be able to use this technology as they travel, but there will be some limitations to that,” said Sallings.