New York City in September began enforcing a new ordinance that requires short-term rental hosts to register with the city. If the city’s approach is successful, policy experts think others elsewhere might follow that lead and model the city’s restrictions. (Robbie Sequeira/Stateline)

Other cities take note as New York City tells Airbnb: Fuhgeddaboudit

BY: - December 4, 2023

NEW YORK — As New York City’s busiest tourist season approaches — with travelers visiting holiday attractions across the city and the famed New Year’s Eve ball drop — the options of where to stay are shrinking. For years, it has been illegal for homes in New York City to be rented out for fewer […]

Rep. Brit McKenzie, R-Rogers

Short-term rental bill rejected by House panel

BY: - March 29, 2023

The House City, County and Local Affairs Committee on Wednesday voted down legislation to deregulate short-term rentals in Arkansas.  Senate Bill 197 proposed prohibiting local municipalities from enacting ordinances to prohibit or limit the use of a property as a short-term rental.  The legislation defines short-term rental as a single-family home, a unit in a […]