Tag Archives: vacation rentals

The pumped gas should not block the LBI summer

(Photo taken by Jack Reynolds) Business people wondering how rising gas prices will affect summer tourism can be encouraged by those who say LBI’s ease of access is a plus in attracting people here. The perspective of Lori Pepenella, CEO of the Southern Ocean County Chamber of Commerce, comes from …

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Salt Spring Hospital takes keys to former inn where it plans to house staff

Breadcrumb Links News Local News The old hotel is set to be turned into accommodation for much-needed hospital workers by next year Lady Minto Hospital Foundation Director Brenda McEachern, left, hands over the keys to the Seabreeze Inn to Vancouver Island Health Authority Site Director Sara Gogo. The foundation plans …

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Walking Our Faith: Thank You for Your Support

Thank you. Those two words crossed my mind many times during Mom’s stay at Saint Anthony Summit Hospital and in the weeks that followed – during her trip to hospice and when she passed away last Wednesday. I felt a lot of gratitude and thanks to the people who make …

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Coast Commission Enforces New Short-Term Rental Regulations, Could Halve San Diego Rentals – NBC 7 San Diego

The seven-year battle over short-term vacation rental regulations is finally over after the California Coastal Commission voted unanimously Wednesday night to approve new rules for the City of San Diego. The regulations are expected to reduce the number of short-term rentals in the city by 48% and 27% in Mission …

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Realtors to Conservatives Living in Liberal Areas: Try Idaho |

SANDPOINT, Idaho – Linda Navarre moved to Sandpoint, Idaho, from Cleveland in 1978, when the town was made up of loggers and hippies “and they all got along.” Now she barely recognizes the small resort community near the Canadian border that is growing rapidly as people disillusioned with big-city life …

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Cancun Vs. Riviera Maya: 7 Key Differences You Should Know

Mention a Mexican beach vacation and people usually think of gorgeous turquoise waters, white sand beaches, and tequila drinks. Well Named ! Well, all of that and more exists on Mexico’s beautiful east coast in Cancun and the Riviera Maya. My husband and I have been visiting Cancun for over …

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Where to take the kids for Spring Break

The year is flying by, but there’s still time to plan an epic family spring break. Since this brief mid-year getaway typically only lasts a week, many American travelers are staying closer to home. However, after two years of relatively limited travel, many families may just be willing to go …

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Tiny houses can be part of our solution

As we head into spring, I am excited for a new affordable and environmentally friendly housing initiative that could address development challenges in the Fifth District, especially for survivors of the CZU fire seeking alternatives to costly or complicated reconstructions. The county planning commission recently signaled its support for a …

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Vacation rental and salvage home controversy erupts at City Hall • Coral Springs Talk

By Bryan Boggiano Eight residents of Running Brook Hills addressed the city commission at the Feb. 16 meeting, alleging the city was not doing enough to regulate vacation rentals and salvage homes. Judy and Philip Averbuch have been residents since 1974, raising their two children in Running Brook Hills. Their …

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Pros and cons of short-term rentals weighed at Packwood meeting

By Isabel Vander Stoep / [email protected] What could have been a heated debate turned into a productive conversation about the pros and cons of Packwood’s booming short-term rental (STR) market Thursday night, according to STR owner Ryan Southard. As Lewis County works to address housing issues in the area, Senior …

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That Story of Bry, Senturia – Voice of San Diego

Councilwoman Barbara Bry, when she ran for mayor in 2020. / Photo by Adriana Heldiz Last Sunday, a cryptic but intriguing story appeared on the San Diego Union-Tribune website of journalist Jeff McDonald. “As San Diego City Attorney Mara Elliott plans to join a lawsuit brought by a businessman who …

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EDA continues to seek zoning change to permit residential use at Cedar Grove Business Park

In 2020, in response to requests from potential buyers, the Cook County/Grand Marais Economic Development Authority began work to permit “incidental residential use” in the Cedar Grove Business Park in Grand Marais . The EDA had heard from business owners who wanted to start a business or expand an existing …

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Big Push Against Big Government: Flagstaff City Council Receives State Legislative Recommendations | Politics

During Tuesday’s business session, Flagstaff City Council was presented with recommendations on pending bills to support or oppose. The bills recommended for the opposition had one thing in common: they would strip Arizona’s cities and towns of the power to govern themselves and instead consolidate power into the broader state …

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Tripadvisor reaches 1 billion reviews; here are some of the dumbest

Online travel review site Tripadvisor announced on Tuesday that it has reached one billion user reviews, five years after the site topped 500 million reviews. Online travel review site Tripadvisor announced on Tuesday that it has reached one billion user reviews, five years after the site topped 500 million reviews. …

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Lake Placid Vacation Rental Market Continues to Grow | News, Sports, Jobs

LAKE PLACID — About 10% of all tax lots in the City of North Elba and Village of Lake Placid now have short-term vacation rentals on-site, according to Code Enforcement Officer Mike Orticelle. Data shows that the vacation rental market has grown here over the past year, and more than …

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SB 249 Hearing Draws Valley Crowd | Local News

CONCORD — The Mount Washington Valley was a major part of the discussion at a legislative hearing Tuesday on a bill that would ban cities from banning short-term rentals but give them more regulatory powers than before. State Senator Harold French (R-Canterbury) proposes the bill, SB 249 Other members of …

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Do you want to travel? These are the best travel shows on Netflix

through Netflix Thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, many people feel pushed back to their homes. When you haven’t been able to visit cool new places for a long period of time, it’s natural to have a wanderlust! Some of these incredibly entertaining travel-themed shows on Netflix might just satisfy your …

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Spartanburg could ban short-term rentals in residential areas | Spartanburg Affairs

SPARTANBURG — With short-term rentals increasing in Spartanburg neighborhoods, City Council aims to revise an existing ordinance to prohibit the rental of personal property for business purposes in residential neighborhoods. Mayor Jerome Rice told The Post and Courier that more and more city residents are frequently using Airbnb and other …

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SeaShell Experiences plans the perfect mini-vacation for island visitors | Business

What is there to do on the island? Where should we eat? How can we get there? These are questions that residents of the Virgin Islands are familiar with, but not visitors who spend time trying to get the best experience during their short stay in the islands. Answering these …

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Park City tourism industry, likely to take a hit at Sundance, pivots to February projections

Main Street will draw crowds in the coming weeks as the tourism industry hits the key month of February. Lodging projections for this month are well ahead of those recorded at the same time in 2021, indicating the likelihood of a busy period in Park City.Jay Hamburger/Park File January will …

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Neat Bourbon Bar & Bottle Shop opens on Bardstown Road this week

Neat bourbon bar and bottle shop, a new point of sale inspired by the 1920s It’s okay serve drinks and sell whole bottles of bourbon, opens tomorrow, January 14, at 10 a.m. at 1139 Bardstown Road. The bar will sell nearly 30 brands of bourbon, including Kentucky labels like Jim …

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Give Back NH: Jackson Ski Touring Foundation

Give Back New Hampshire is a bi-weekly segment highlighting New Hampshire nonprofits. It airs every other Saturday at 9:35 a.m. during the weekend edition. Get NHPR reports on politics, the pandemic, and other hot topics delivered to your inbox – sign up for our newsletter (it’s free!) Today. The following …

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vacation rental property creates Stir in Dunkirk | News, Sports, Jobs

Residents Dave Maternowski, left, and Phil Leone, right, look at the city of Dunkirk zoning map. Photo by Anthony Dolce DUNKIRK – Over the summer, residents of the city of Dunkirk, especially those living on or near Woodlands Drive, have had to deal with some kind of continuing disruption. A …

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Spectaflow Hotel Operations Solution Raises $ 1.9 Million After Funding Round

Spectaflow, a provider of integrated SaaS solutions for hotel operations, raised $ 1.9 million in a post-seed round led by Frumtak Ventures, with participation from existing investors. This cycle builds on previous investments raised with the Icelandic New Business Venture Fund and angel investors, including Grimur Saemundsen, Founder / CEO …

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Western “Zoom Cities” aim for short-term rentals

DEPOE BAY, Ore. – Postcards with big promises started popping up in mailboxes in coastal Oregon communities in 2019: “Rent your house short-term, use it when you want, guaranteed 5 $ 000 in monthly income more than what you earn with your current property management company, ”recalls Monica Kirk, a …

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Day camp “Holidays with Camp Cosmos” organized for children with physical differences

ConnectMed hosted its “Vacation with Camp Cosmos” event on December 12 at Miracle Field in San Dieguito Park. This in-person event is open to all children with physical differences and their families and also celebrates the medical providers who have helped them. This is the first and only therapeutic and …

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Opposition speaks out on Bigfork’s rural vacation rental proposal

The Flathead County Adjustment Council will kick off the new year on Jan.4 by voting on a demand for short-term rental housing in Bigfork that has sparked opposition from neighbors. Jeanne Bayer of Cherry Hill Lodge, LLC has applied for a conditional use administrative permit to allow vacation rental in …

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How to spot those pesky (and expensive) hosting fees

Rather than bundling them together in room rates, many hotels have made resort fees more explicit. The Phoenician, a Marriott Luxury Collection resort in Scottsdale, Arizona, for example, has a resort fee page on their website, listing what guests get for their daily fee of $ 45 per room: Wi-Fi …

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HTA: Maui County has the largest vacation rental offer in the state in November 2021

Maui ADR up 16% from 2019 Maui County had the largest vacation rental supply of the four counties in November, with 189,300 nightly units available (-15.6% from 2020, -37.8% from 2019), according to the Hawai’i vacation rental performance report published by the Hawai.i Tourist Board. Unit demand in Maui County …

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Herbicides considered to control invasive aquatic plants in Tahoe Keys

Desperate to control aquatic invasive species in a busy Lake Tahoe waterway, two regulators are considering allowing the use of aquatic herbicides in the Tahoe Basin, a treatment method that was heretofore banned. The Tahoe Regional Planning Agency Board of Directors and the Lahontan Region Water Quality Control Board will …

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Airbnb advises those who want to rent a house for New Years Eve: the holidays are over

Airbnb is staying firm with the New Years holidays and is launching a series of restrictions to avoid problems, which is especially important with the coronavirus. When New Years Eve arrives, there are many groups of friends and families who they rent a house to party. Whether in the city …

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Airbnb house ‘Black Beauty’ is one of the coolest in Texas

Outside Airbnb screenshot A unique vacation rental in the Austin suburb of Leander is one of the coolest Airbnbs in the country – at least according to Conde Nast Traveler. Outside Airbnb screenshot The Geodome, nicknamed “Black Beauty,” sits near Lake Travis in the Texas Hill Country and consists of …

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Housing law should not over-regulate

Through ohtadmin | to December 16, 2021 For the publisher: I was a leasing specialist with Island Realty for 18 years, but I no longer have any financial interest or agenda regarding the proposed Short Term Leasing Ordinance. While there are some aspects of the proposal that I agree with, …

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Wyndham Rewards Members Can Now Convert Points To Cash With Bakkt | News

PARSIPPANY, NJ, December 14, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Wyndham Rewards® members can now convert their Wyndham Rewards points to cash thanks to a new relationship with market leader in digital assets Bakkt and its popular Bakkt app. Available from today, Wyndham Rewards members can easily link their account within …

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October Sets New Monthly Occupancy Tax Collection Record As Crystal Coast Tourism Boom Continues | News

CARTERET COUNTY – The Crystal Coast has done it again: Occupancy tax receipts in October broke the all-time record for the month, continuing a 17-month streak of record-breaking hotel, vacation rentals and hospitality collections. ‘other temporary housing in Carteret County which began amid the pandemic. The county collected $ 822,230 …

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Garfield County engages in feud between Missouri Heights landowners over agritourism and neighboring operations

Merrill and Pam Johnson hang out with the alpacas in the pasture at Cedar Ridge Ranch near Carbondale. A long-running feud between landowners in the Carbondale area surrounding Garfield County’s relatively new agrotourism arrangements erupted before Garfield County commissioners on Tuesday. As Garfield County Sheriff Lou Vallario attended a special …

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December 8, 2021 – Monterey Herald

History posts are not required for the Pacific Grove hotel project Ms Cohen makes exaggerated arguments in her letter of November 28 calling for history poles for the development of ATC in Pacific Grove. History posts are not required for the ATC project as determined by our highly knowledgeable municipal …

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Lincoln County Passes Temporary Moratorium on Short-Term Rental Licenses, Pending Rollback Against Ballot Measure | New

The Lincoln County Council of Commissioners adopted a temporary moratorium on short-term rental (STR) licenses on Friday December 3 after a temporary restraining order was implemented Wednesday December 1 against the vote measure 21 -203. Voters passed voting measure 21-203 in the November 2 special election, which would phase out …

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Coos Bay seeks to limit vacation rentals | Local news

With warnings of a housing shortage for full-time residents in coastal Oregon, the city of Coos Bay is considering ways to limit the number of Air BNB and vacation rentals it will allow. in residential areas of the city. So far, this hasn’t been such a big deal for the …

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ROGO & ROADS: ISLAMORADA READY FOR CONSTRUCTION AND MAJOR PROJECTS

Building and completing more road projects is among the most significant issues Keys officials face as the phase-out of 2021 approaches. On November 18, Monroe County officials provided members and Islamorada council staff for updates on plans to reduce liability for levies and a transportation plan that recommends key projects …

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Islanders’ classifieds: Wednesday, December 01, 2021

ITEMS FOR SALE SOLID WOOD CHEST: Shabby chic, nine drawers, 72 inches, $ 135. Beautiful chandelier like new, $ 100. 941-778-2824. STACKABLE FRIGIDAIRE WASHER and dryer. From the beachfront condo. $ 100 each. 941-778-5542 or 941-778-3920. OLD BABY CARRIER: Wood and wicker. Profits will be donated to Moonracer Animal Rescue. …

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Your guide to where to eat, shop on small business Saturdays

You’ve seen all the Black Friday great deals coming to Corpus Christi, but still wondering how you can support local Coastal Bend businesses and vendors this holiday season? Do not stress. The Caller-Times has put together a list of events and small businesses in the area that you can visit …

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Going on vacation like a billionaire just got a lot easier

There is something to be thankful for right now in the travel world. The world is opening up, security measures are in place and the “new normal” has started to take hold. And thanks to Richard Branson’s launch of his “new” private island, it has become much easier for luxury …

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Hot markets, high prices: soaring housing prices overtake the middle class | Local News

When Police Lt. Destin Sims and his wife started looking for a home in 2017, leaving the island was obvious. Island-born Sims and his wife, Concetta, both worked in Galveston – and still do. The long-established Concetta family on the island owns Maceo Spice & Import Co. But when the …

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Big Sky Program Works to Increase Rental Availability | Montana News

By JULIANA SUKUT, Daily Column of Bozeman BOZEMAN, Mont. (AP) – A program in the resort community of Big Sky that offers homeowners money to convert vacation rentals or seasonal homes into long-term homes for locals, which has converted 21 homes and housed 58 residents during his first three months. …

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David Cavanaugh: STR update | Columns

It’s hard to believe it’s only been six months since our association was formed in response to Conway voters’ vote to regulate short-term rentals. The comment I’ve heard the most since then is that people didn’t think the vote would ever result in a total rental ban. Many didn’t even …

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North Carolina Court of Appeals Hears Arguments Over Wilmington’s Short-Term Rental Rules

RALEIGH, NC (WECT) – Did the City of Wilmington violate state law when it enacted its short-term rental restrictions? This is the question the North Carolina Court of Appeal must decide. On Wednesday, a three-judge panel heard from lawyers representing the city of Wilmington and Dave and Peg Schroder, a …

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Venture X Card 2021 review – Forbes Advisor

Earn rewards The process of earning on the Venture X card is fairly straightforward for most purchases: Earn 2 miles per dollar on all qualifying purchases and 5 miles per dollar on flights and 10 miles per dollar on hotels and rental cars on of the reservation through Capital One …

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Encinitas Amends Draft Short-Term Rental Ordinance

ENCINITAS, Calif. (KGTV) – The town of Encinitas is revamping its rules and regulations for short-term rental properties like Airbnb. After hours of public comment, the city is asking staff to review the proposed ordinance after hearing from short-term rental owners. “We are trying to improve things so that we …

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Letters to the Editor: October 24, 2021

Rolovich’s sacking highlights bigger issue The dismissal of head coach Nick Rolovich from Washington State University was clearly linked to his selfishness rather than his freedom. Pity. But what really bothered me was the fact that he was making an annual salary of $ 3.2 million, making him the highest …

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2021 Campaign Resources – CBS Denver

(CBS4) – On November 2, voters across Colorado will consider local questions and candidates. 125 municipal voting questions are considered in 88 cities and towns according to the Colorado Municipal League. CBS4 reported on some people’s struggles to find affordable housing in the High Country. And there are several cities …

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Local woman wins free trip | Reporting

Valeria “Eddye” Myers does not answer phone calls if she does not know who is on the other end of the phone, and while waiting in a long line at the bank on May 11, 2020, at the onset of COVID- 19 pandemic, a strange number fell on his phone. …

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Are short term rentals common in Saranac Lake?

Saranac Lake, New York. Photo: Jasperdo, Creative Commons, some rights reserved October 15, 2021 – By AARON CERBONE Daily business of the Adirondacks LAC SARANAC – New data from a village report on short-term rentals shows that although vacation rentals represent only 4% of residences in the village, the number …

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Where to find the best deals

Wait for it. If you’re looking for a price cut on airline tickets or hotel rates, you’ve probably heard this advice. The fall season is a great opportunity to find a travel deal. But will this advice work this fall? “The further you look, the greater the uncertainty,” says John …

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How to book a vacation rental with points

This item is reprinted with permission from Nerdwallet. Even before the pandemic, accommodation booking sites like Airbnb ABNB, +1.41% and Vrbo were becoming more and more popular with travelers. The opportunity to have a homely experience, with a full kitchen, additional living space, and a local flavor, was more appealing …

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Autohost and Operto Partner to Offer End-to-End Automation and Security to Hotels and Short-Term Rental Operators

Autohost and Operto “Since COVID-19 revolutionized the hospitality industry, operators have been looking for solutions to meet the growing expectations of travelers, while ensuring their properties, businesses and communities are protected. “- Roy Firestein, CEO of Autohost TORONTO (PRWEB) 07 October 2021 Guest screening and verification provider Autohost today announced …

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Short-term rentals on the East Ferris radar

Content of the article David Briggs, Local Journalism Initiative Content of the article East Ferris is working to create a policy regarding short-term rentals within the municipality, particularly vacation rentals offered on sites such as Airbnb and Vrbo. Mayor Pauline Rochefort mentioned during a council meeting that the municipality has …

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The Tripadvisor Plus program forced to make significant changes; Travel Industry Veterans Launch Spotnana; Hopper CEO Plans to Create Travel SuperApp for the West | Foster Garvey PC

Well-aligned Tripadvisor Plus program forced to make significant changes(“Sounding Off: Tripavisor Plus Changes Show the Complexity of Travel Plans,” September 24, 2021 via Phocus Wire)While the Skift Global Forum received a lot of attention last week, the other big player in the industry was Tripadvisor and its decision to make …

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Expedia combines rewards programs for consumers

The Expedia Group plans to expand its customer loyalty program, writes CNBC, making it “the most comprehensive travel rewards offering.” The expansion will consist of things like member discounts, rewards and redemptions on flights, hotels, vacation rentals, car rentals, cruises and various activities. The new updates will solve a company-level …

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Ramada by Wyndham Takes Grammy-nominated Musician and Cordon Bleu-Trained Chef Kelis to Host New Video Series Highlighting North America’s Culinary Gems

At a time when so many international travel enthusiasts have had to temporarily put their plans on hold, Sample the World with Ramada aims to help satisfy travelers’ global appetites by connecting them with tasty foods and rich new experiences closer to home. them. In the series, travelers go behind …

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Six LA council members oppose potential vacation rental law

Share this article: Five members of the Los Angeles City Council met with union officials on Tuesday to oppose the weakening of the city’s ordinance against unauthorized and non-compliant Airbnbs and other short-term rental operations. Councilors Nithya Raman and Monica Rodriguez, and Councilors Mike Bonin, Bob Blumenfield and Paul Koretz …

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Short Term Vacation Rentals (STR) Market Size, Increasing Diversity of Trends, Analysis, Future Scope Analysis with Major Key Industry Players by 2026

Global Short Term Vacation Rentals (STR) Market reports are an in-depth analysis of the market characteristics, size and growth, segmentation, regional and country analysis, competitive landscape, market shares, trends and strategies for that market. Track historical and forecast market growth of the market by region. Position the market within the …

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Tim and Candice Speicher, co-founders of Buoy

United States: STRz chats with Tim and Candice Speicher, co-founders of Buoy, a revenue management tool for the global vacation rental industry, about starting their business as a husband and wife duo , how the Covid-19 pandemic affected the duration – term rentals are priced, and their predictions for the …

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Equally impressive luxury charter yachts

“The World’s Greatest Vacation Rentals” shows the world what they are missing, like those yachts worth renting in the Bahamas. The only thing better than visiting the Bahamas is to be on the water around these Caribbean islands. Cruising is great, but that means sharing an entire ship with thousands …

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SBQ Holdings, LLC from MasterBeat Corporation acquires two additional properties (now four recent acquisitions in total) in Santa Rosa Beach, Florida

MIRAMAR BEACH, FL / ACCESSWIRE / July 13, 2021 / MasterBeat Corporation (OTC PINK: MSTO), a firm specializing in the acquisitions of tangible and tangible assets with an intense focus on real estate, precious metals, classic vintage automobiles and other tangible assets, is pleased to announce that it has purchased …

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Home sharing will be a big part of future trips

According to the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), it will be at least until 2023 before pre-pandemic travel levels are reached, but one sector has taken a lead on this curve in its recovery. The vacation rental market, or shared accommodation as it is called, which had …

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Letters to the Editor: June 27, 2021

Not all STVRs are the same We agree with Judith Orlopp’s letter to the editor published on June 20. We live in an area with several vacation rentals. They are all in houses where the owner is present full time. Next door to our house, an elderly woman rents a …

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Summerland considers regulation of short-term vacation rentals – Keremeos Review

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Should Mount Desert regulate weekly rentals?

MOUNT DESERT – Vacation rentals – also known as weekly rentals – are something Bar Harbor has regulated to some extent since 2006. Several changes have added restrictions and requirements to the Vacation Rentals Ordinance over the years, and in November residents will vote on yet another set of proposed …

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VACCINATION TO STRENGTHEN TOURISM AND RETURN TRAVELERS TO HISTORIC CITIES – TRIPADVISOR

The vaccination boosted tourism and started bringing travelers back to historic cities, said Fabrizio Orlando, associate director of global industrial relations at Tripadvisor, the world’s largest travel website.“As expected, vaccination has become a factor in activating tourism both nationally and internationally. Some 48% of those polled by us in May …

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