A new year brings about new challenges and opportunities; this is especially true in government relations. In the U.S., state legislative sessions are underway, and these new sessions will have numerous prospects to protect the short-term rental market place.
By the time you’re reading this, VRMA has undergone some major changes: A new (ish) name, a new logo, and a new website with new features. We’re building toward launching our certificate program in the fall.
After the wild, strange and wholly unexpected outcomes of the vacation rental industry in 2016, it might seem daunting to forecast the trends and issues that will impact business owners and managers this year.
In the Q1 issue of Arrival, we examined new opportunities for the vacation rental management space. One such opportunity is the growth of the urban market.
It is my pleasure to say hello to you as the new president of VRMA. I believe many of you know me already, but for those of you whom I haven’t yet had the pleasure to meet, please reach out and say hello!