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    Colorado Hears Arguments on Tax Hikes for Short-Term Rentals

    Colorado’s legislative committee on finance and oversight held a public hearing on Oct. 31 to discuss a proposed bill that will impact short-term rentals in the state. If passed, starting January 1, 2026, short-term rental units will be classified as either a residential real property or a lodging property based on its use the previous year. How a unit is classified would have a major impact on taxes owners ultimately pay.

    Skift (10/31/23) Srividya Kalyanaraman

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