B.C.’s new short-term rental regulations start May 1 — here’s what we know so far – Vancouver Sun

Breadcrumb Trail Links Real Estate Politics News National Local News Beginning May 1, new rules come into effect that restrict short-term rentals to principal residences and either a secondary suite or what is known as an “accessory dwelling unit,” such as a laneway house, in 65 B.C. communities. What do big players in the short-term […]

Federal judge gives New Orleans City Council green light on short-term rental limits – NOLA.com

A federal judge Tuesday dismissed short-term rental owners’ and operators’ key challenges to the residential STR rules the New Orleans City Council passed last year in a long-awaited ruling that could majorly affect the city’s housing market. U.S. District Judge Ivan Lemelle ruled that the city requiring an operator to live on site is fair […]

New Orleans Judge Upholds Strict Short-Term Rental Laws, Impacting Industry Dynamics – BNN Breaking

In a landmark decision on Wednesday, U.S. District Judge Ivan Lemelle ruled in favor of New Orleans’ strict short-term rental laws, marking a significant victory for the City Council, neighborhood activists, and housing advocates. This ruling upholds most aspects of the controversial law enacted in March 2023, which includes a one-per-square-block limit on permits, a […]

Federal judge rules on lawsuit that could decide future of NC short-term rentals – WSOC Charlotte

STATESVILLE, N.C. — A federal judge issued a split decision on a lawsuit that could decide the future of short-term rentals (STR) in North Carolina. Filed by property owners as well as property management companies, the lawsuit alleges Iredell County’s zoning restrictions on STRs are illegal. STR laws in North Carolina have prompted multiple court […]

Federal judge rules on lawsuit that could decide future of NC short-term rentals – Yahoo News

A federal judge issued a split decision on a lawsuit that could decide the future of short-term rentals (STR) in North Carolina. Filed by property owners as well as property management companies, the lawsuit alleges Iredell County’s zoning restrictions on STRs are illegal. STR laws in North Carolina have prompted multiple court cases and division […]

Municipalities push back against B.C.’s short-term rental rules – CBC.ca

Some municipalities in British Columbia are pushing back against provincial legislation that restricts short-term rentals. Prince George city council voted unanimously on Monday to request to opt out of the Short-Term Rental Accommodations Act even though the city does not meet eligibility requirements.   As part of its plan to put more units back into the long-term rental pool, the province introduced legislation last October to limit […]

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