Maximizing Short-Term Rental Revenue to Power Community Initiatives
Includes a Live Event on 07/27/2022 at 1:00 PM (EDT)
Local governments nationwide are missing out on a huge revenue recovery opportunity: short-term vacation rentals (STRs). And even if they’re collecting some revenue from this market, they are rarely maximizing returns.
With a recession looming and an ever-growing short-term rental market, STR revenue can power community initiatives. Now is the time to invest in your future and ensure your community has established an effective monitoring and compliance program that is able to capture revenue accurately and effectively.
Register for this webinar to learn about:
- Key ordinance strategies that maximize rental-related revenue
- Aligning your short-term rental program with community goals
- Successful real-world short-term rental programs
This webinar is complimentary for ICMA members thanks to the sponsorship of ICMA Strategic Partner Granicus who will have access to registration information.
ICMA Practice Areas:  Policy Facilitation and Implementation;  Community and Resident Service;  Financial Management and Budgeting
Planner, Researcher and Consultant, Granicus
Since 2014, Jeffrey Goodman has been engaged in a long-running research project focusing on data-driven and innovative regulation of short-term rentals based on a shared responsibility model and effective place-based rules that work at multiple scales. Beginning in New Orleans – a city in constant discussion over the rights of tourists and locals – Jeffrey has engaged with neighborhood groups, elected officials, housing and tourism advocates, and the tech community to move past a ‘yes or no’ battle towards a more nuanced and effective regulatory environment. His data work, which involved both online and in-person collection, has led to advisory roles with policy advocates in New York City, New Orleans, and San Francisco, real estate reporters in Manhattan, and local governments in Colorado.