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.
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!
Short-term rental regulations continue to spread across the U.S. from the smallest town to largest state. There will never be a one size fits all method to fighting restrictive regulations. However, uniform strategies and tools are being implemented to help you. VRMA is dedicated to helping members
This summer, I had the pleasure of staying at a vacation rental managed by a VRMA member. My family vacations in Bethany Beach, Delware, every year. It’s a nice 3.5-hour drive from Washington, D.C., which is manageable with young kids — this was especially important this summer, as we have a new fam