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    Tempe, Ariz., Moves Forward With New Regulations for Short-Term Rentals

    Tempe is joining cities in Arizona like Peoria and Scottsdale in requiring property owners to get a license and notify their neighbors. Starting March 6, owners of short-term rental properties in the city will have to get a business license and pay an annual fee of $250, as well as give all nearby residences their emergency contact information. The changes come on the heels of a state senate bill that gave cities more control over short-term rentals.

    KJZZ News (AZ) (01/10/23) Bridget Dowd

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