The latest round of legislative changes across the country has brought about a dramatic curtailing of local municipal power in North Carolina, a new initiative to cut down on disruptive…Read More
Legislative changes enacted or proposed, that would affect industry regulations
Would Your City Allow 30 Percent of Residences to Be Short Term Rentals? In Michigan, You Can’t Say No.
The legal struggles between city planners and STR (short term rental) operators play out across many states. The newest round of STR legislation passed in the U.S. shows a mixed…Read More
Upcoming Legislation Has Both Positive and Chilling Effects on Local STR Enforcement A set of Bills currently under review in Florida and Utah, if passed, offers their respective municipalities both…Read More
New State Laws and Proposed Bills about Short-Term Rentals: Pre-emptions, a Repeal of Preemption, and a Change in Classification
Whether or not your municipality can create and enforce its own laws regulating short term rentals (STRs) depends on what your state allows. While local governments (Cities and Counties) want…Read More