Short-term rental regulation videos and webinars recordings

Interested in learning more about the topic of short-term rental regulation and enforcement? Below is a collection of complimentary videos and webinar recordings that will help you and your local government colleagues easily get a grasp of the issues.

2017

2016

2017

Webinar Recording: Short-term vacation rentals - what every local government needs to know

In this recorded webinar Ulrik Binzer & Jeffrey B. Goodman, discuss how Airbnb-style rentals are impacting quality of life, housing affordability, and community safety in communities across North America, and how to effectively regulate this growing short-term rental phenomenon in your jurisdiction. 

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WEBINAR RECORDING: How to craft a fair, enforceable short-term vacation rental ordinance

In this recorded webinar Jeff Goodman, Ulrik Binzer and Bret Keast three nationally renowned short-term rental experts, share best practice tips for adopting simple, sensible and enforceable short-term rentals regulations with examples from local governments across North America. 

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How to efficiently identify short-term vacation rentals and enforce regulations

Learn how leading cities and counties are using technology to ensure short-term vacation rental hosts are abiding by local regulations and paying their fair share of taxes/permit fees.  

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2016

WEBINAR RECORDING: A PRACTICAL GUIDE TO Ensuring Short-Term Rental Ordinance Compliance

In this recorded webinar Senior Code Enforcement Officer Lamonte Mack is joining Jeff Goodman and Ulrik Binzer, two nationally renowned short-term rental experts, to discuss the best practices for enforcing short-term rental regulations. 

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Panel Discussion Recording: Can the Sharing Economy be Regulated?

This panel discussion explores the question of whether the sharing economy can be regulated. The discussion took place at the University of Minnesota's Initiative on the Sharing Economy Conference In Minneapolis on May 16th and 17th, 2016, and included experts on the topic from academia, city governments and private industry.