Townships, cities and counties across Michigan are engaging in the nationwide debate over short-term rentals. These communities are finding difficulty in creating balanced, reasonable, and equitable regulation of the vacation rental industry.
The local debate, similar to other parts of the country,
The Vacation Rental Management Association (VRMA), an international trade association representing professional property managers of traditional short-term vacation rentals, released the following statement in response to Idaho Governor Butch Otter’s signing of House Bill 216.
State legislators are busy at work in the 2017 legislative session. VRMA is currently tracking 36 bills that could have an effect on the vacation rental industry. These bills range from the good to the bad and a lot in between.
The 2016 elections are behind us, and soon the 2017 legislative sessions will be underway. This next year will have a number of legislative opportunities to protect the vacation rental industry. However, there will always be threats, like those from the hotel industry.
The VRMA Advocacy Toolkit has expanded once again. The new tools will assist members in creating local and regional organizations to be advocates for the short-term rental market place. A set of videos has been added on various topics you may encounter while forming your advocacy organization. These short videos were designed to give you quick access to tips and how-to information.