Massachusetts closer to instituting lodging taxes on vacation rentals Senate Passes Bill Overturning Some Local Short-term Rental Bans in Tennessee Vermont's sensible short-term rental rules move through the legislature
WASHINGTON, DC (April 5, 2018) – After the Tennessee Senate passed SB1086, sending the “Short Term Rental Unit Act” back to the Tennessee House of Representatives, Mike Copps, Executive Director of the Vacation Rental Management Association (VRMA) issued the following statement:
Following Governor Holcomb’s signature of Indiana House Bill 1035, a bill that prohibits any outright bans of short-term rentals or home sharing throughout the state, Mike Copps, Executive Director of the Vacation Rental Management Association (VRMA) issued the following statement
Vacation Rental Management Association Calls on Florida Legislature to Pass Florida Vacation Rental Act, Create Uniform Set of Regulations for Short Term Rentals -Delay in Passing Legislation Threatens Florida’s Top Industry-
Tennesee Senate revives short-term rental preemption bill, Boston short-term rental debate spreads more falsehoods related to vacation rentals and housing affordability, and California bill would allow state employees to utilize short-term rentals.