How to use VRMA advocacy tools when regulations arise It certainly is no surprise nowadays to see a local vacation rental ordinance appear on the city council’s meeting agenda. As vacation rentals have gained popularity, so has the number of regulations and mixed feelings towards them.
On July 1, Governor Roy Cooper signed S.483, "Vacation Rental Act Changes”. The efforts of the North Carolina VRMA and the North Carolina Realtors, along with a group of VRMA stakeholders helped propel this bill to passage.
Trisha Howarth, the North Carolina VRMA President stated, “While Senate Bil
SEATTLE, WA – March 11, 2019 — Avalara, Inc. (NYSE:AVLR), a leading provider of tax compliance automation software for businesses of all sizes, today announced a strategic partnership agreement between Avalara MyLodgeTax, the company’s tax compliance software division for the lodging industry, and t
Only weeks into 2019 and already there are short-term rental preemption proposals in seven states. Maine, Mississippi, and Oregon are the latest additions, following Missouri, South Carolina, and Nebraska. Additionally, West Virginia is rewriting home rule laws for the state and have included langua