LODGINGRevs Releases a City’s Guide for Overseeing Short Term Rental Properties in their Jurisdiction

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The guide discusses multiple factors for cities to consider to make the most of their short term rental offerings.

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“Cities decide regulations for short term rentals in their city including zoning, occupancy, and tax (classifications),” according to the company.

LODGINGRevs has announced the release of their latest infographic: A City’s Guide for Overseeing Short Term Rental Properties in their Jurisdiction.

“Cities decide regulations for short term rentals in their city including zoning, occupancy, and tax (classifications),” according to the company.

The graphic includes a slide of tips to organize licenses and compliance regulations. It recommends software that allows you to sort through data ranging from expiration dates to geographical location.

Including a comparison of major metropolitan areas across the country, the graphic also walks through what regulations individual jurisdictions are responsible for, such as nuisance reporting and protocol.

For example, when registering a short term rental property in Vail, Colorado, a local property contact must remain within a 60 minute distance to respond to complaints. To view more general tips and tricks for short term rental properties, visit LODGINGRevs here.

About LODGINGRevs:
LODGINGRevs goal is to provide fairness across all vacation rental properties, communities, and jurisdictions. Allowing jurisdictions to provide their communities with all the tools necessary for compliance, permitting, and licensing of their short term rentals.

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