Vacation rental regulatory news for the week of Jan. 21, 2018
Sonoma County California Planning Commission to examine ban on new vacation rentals in burned areas
Boston Mayor proposes plan to regulate and tax short-term rentals
Nashville to phase out non-owner occupied short-term rentals by 2021
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Vanessa de Souza Lage, chief marketing officer with Rentals United, knows a thing or two about technology. She has discovered some trends on the state of vacation rental tech, and will share findings during a presentation at the 2018 VRMA European Conference, March 4-6 in Paris.
Florida’s 2018 state legislative session has already become fertile ground for changes to the vacation rental industry. Four bills VRMA is watching closely could have both positive and negative effects on the industry. The Senate Community Affairs Committee’s hearing on SB 1400 and SB 1640 is on Jan
For a long time, technological change in the vacation rental industry meant, almost entirely, systems improvements. This consisted of better accounting, marketing, reservation tracking and other process efficiency upgrades.