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    Denver Short-Term Rental Licenses Up Higher Than They Were at the Start of the Pandemic

    For the first time since the pandemic started, Denver's Department of Excise and Licenses reports that short-term rental licenses are higher than they were in March 2020. At that time, there were 2,570 active short-term rental licenses. That dropped by hundreds shortly after. Now, the number of licenses is higher than 2,580. Eric Escudero, communications director for the Department of Excise and Licenses, said the city is thrilled more and more of its residents are able to turn to short-term rentals to make extra income. "We're seeing signs that the travel industry may have fully recovered from the pandemic."

    Denver7 (03/02/23) Veronica Acosta

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