Welcome to Season Two of the How to Save Your Vacation Rental Show! In this season we will focus on Fair Regulation: what defines it, why we need to be proactive about it, how to engage with stakeholders on all sides and how to get it written into law. Along the way, we'll be diving into case studies and talking with experts from both inside and outside the vacation rental industry.
Sarah Bradford of Steamboat Lodging Company once famously expressed to a packed room at a VRMIntel Conference that she wouldn't have to worry about advocacy in her tourist town in Colorado. Fast forward to this year and she was given 24 hours notice that the city council had passed a moratorium on vacation rental licenses.
In this episode we'll dive into Sarah's story, get Dana's takeaways and find some context on the bigger picture with advocacy experts. We're sounding the alarm once more, folks, and mark our works, you're either already in this fight or it's coming for you soon.
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Sarah Bradford Steamboat Lodging Company
Alexa Nota of Rent Responsibly
Jessica Black of Mom's Against STRs
Ashley Hodgini of VRBO
Sean Walsh of Sean Walsh Consulting