Short-term rentals in single-family homes are prohibited in Miami Beach. Other properties must file an application and pay a $600 application fee and local taxes. For more details on the law, click here.
As short-term rentals grow in popularity nationwide, STRAC Miami is working with local residents and short-term rental providers to share information, establish best practices, and advance smart short-term rental regulation that benefits all stakeholders.
Questions about the Short Term Rental Advocacy Center’s Miami chapter? Send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Today’s Bradenton Herald points to another great example of a local community benefiting from fair and reasonable short-term rental regulations. The Bradenton Area Convention Center & Visitors Bureau is partnering with Southern Living magazine to host a restaurant week and … Continued
A recent piece in the local edition of the Chicago Tribune by Howard Handler, government affairs director for the North Shore-Barrington Association of REALTORS®, finds fault in Evanston’s bid to classify short-term rentals as a subcategory of bed-and-breakfasts. In advance … Continued
Oregon state legislators are trying to find a new way to assess taxes on vacation rental activities. Oregon House Bill 2656 would expand and increase taxes on tourism, by attempting to capture tax revenues on special service fees and any … Continued
Over the weekend, regulation of short-term rentals was a hot topic in the news. Two important examples: An article in Crain’s New York Business notes that short-term rentals are “expected to generate around $1 billion in local economic activity in … Continued