I have similar problem - VRBO insists on classifying my properties in a neighborhood that only exists in the minds of Google Maps - nobody in real life knows what this "neighborhood" designation even is. All five of my houses are part of a community with a voluntary HOA - it is a thing and they should be listed as part of that neighborhood. Even more - my properties are within 5 miles of the main town so it makes more sense to consider all of us as part of that town because that is what people come to visit - not the small neighborhoods.
VRBO used to classify a property by postal zip code designations - so for example a particular major town might have 20 zip codes associated with that major town and properties in those zip codes are the ONLY ones who are presented to the guest when they search for that city name.
Right now - VRBO added like 10 times the competition in towns 10-20 miles from the main town that is the attraction when guests choose that location. Guests do not want to stay 20 miles from their target location. They essentially DILUTED my market by flooding it with garbage rentals nowhere near the target location. Guests have to be very savvy to figure out how to narrow down to what they REALLY were looking for. Once VRBO started flooding my market and everyone's market with locations not related to the search, my bookings went WAY down.
Fortunately I do not depend totally on VRBO bookings and that is looking more and more like a good thing