Vacation Rental Industry ramps up to fight Short-Term Rental Restrictions?
Ever feel like you’re fighting every battle by yourself? Whether you are a new property manager or an industry veteran, imagine how much stronger your efforts to combat anti-vacation rental legislation would be with more than 600 other industry experts in your corner.
Join the Vacation Rental Managers Association at the upcoming Annual Conference in San Antonio, Texas Oct. 31-Nov. 4 for a session presented by industry experts on what you can do today to protect your company from unfair rental bans and restrictions. This session, entitled “Rental Bans and Restrictions are Spreading: Act Now or Forever Lose Your Business,” will highlight the real threat of vacation rental bans and the need for managers in every market to be proactive and work together to stay ahead of rental restrictions. Hear from managers and industry leaders about successful programs to protect your business before, during and after zoning restrictions, bans and regulations are imposed.
There is no way you can fight restrictions on your own. But together, we can stand up against unfair regulation. That’s exactly what vacation rental managers did in Venice, Fla. when local officials and hotel lobbyists tried to require sprinkler systems in all vacation rentals: Together, they defeated that legislation.
With three general sessions, forty concurrent sessions, dozens of exhibiting suppliers and opportunities for both facilitated and informal discussions with your peers, the Annual Conference is sure to leave you with concrete take-aways you can implement immediately to protect and improve your business. More than 600 attendees are expected at this year’s Conference, making it one of the vacation rental industry’s premiere events. To learn more about the Conference or to register, visit www.vrma.com/?AnnualConference. Members receive a significant discount for the event; register by Sept. 30 for lowest registration fees.
The Vacation Rental Managers Association (VRMA) is the professional trade association of the vacation rental property management and hospitality industries. Founded in 1985, the VRMA has more than 600 property management and associate members throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico and Caribbean representing approximately 150,000 vacation rentals, condos and villas.
As the united, authoritative voice of the vacation rental industry, the VRMA works to advance the lodging category by providing memberswith invaluable educational and networking opportunities, promoting the value of the vacation rental experience through its public awareness initiative, Discover Vacation Homes (www.discovervacationhomes.com), and by fostering broad professionalism and growth.