If a new bill is signed into law, it could give local municipalities like Murfreesboro the right to change the way homeowners rent their residence on a short term basis. » Read news
Sen. John Stevens (R-Huntingdon) today introduced comprehensive legislation to outline statewide short-term rental standards and protect property rights of Tennessee homeowners while at the same time preserving important local government regulatory control. » Read news
Travel Tech is proud to join with the U.S. Travel Association and a dozen other national associations representing a broad spectrum of American industries to address – and reverse – the recent decline in international visitors to the United States. » Read news
Hotel Industry Attacks on Short-Term Rentals Continue Despite Hotel Brands' Participation in the Short-Term Rental Economy, With 3 Big Exceptions
As the industry organization representing the world’s leading short-term rental platforms, we watch with great interest as more hotel companies acknowledge the growing consumer demand for short-term rental accommodations. Wyndham, Choice, Four Seasons, Accor and Hyatt are all in the short-term rental game, offering privately-held residences as short-term rentals. » Read news
Despite plenty of evidence to the contrary, there appears to be a deep-seated resistance to the simple fact that hotel booking engines, while vitally important, are now secondary to OTAs.
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