The young company, which formed in 2009 and launched its Resort Rentals By Owner (RRBO) service in June, has built a web environment that will let you rent out your timeshare when you can't use it. Think of it as StubHub for timeshares. The idea is straightforward: rent your unit out and get cash for whatever you may need it for, rather than let it sit idle while paying maintenance fees. Unlike similar services, which bring renters and owners together to hash out deals on their own, RRBO takes care of both the transaction and fulfillment, the company says. Formed by former CompuServe and AOL alumni, VacationView has raised about $800,000, including $225,000 from TechColumbus, and is working on an additional $300,000 to $500,000 round. Near the end of 2010, the Powell company had seven full-time and three part-time employees.