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March 10, 2017

Legislation Halting Growth of Short-term Rentals in Nashville Postponed

The Tennessean: Bills to slow down or block Airbnb rentals in Nashville to be delayed
Metro Council members are delaying consideration of legislation that seeks to slow down the business of short-term renting in Nashville as they make one last attempt for a consensus that would — seemingly against odds — appease neighborhood activists, home-sharing companies and state lawmakers....Read more
November 3, 2016

Five Vacation Rental Markets That Are on the Rise

Nashville, Park City, San Diego, Port Aransas, Lake Tahoe are 5 vacation rental markets that are attracting visitors and savvy homebuyers alike....Read more
October 26, 2016

Is Nashville the Next Austin?

It’s hard to ignore the parallels between Austin, the Live Music Capital of the World and Nashville, Music City U.S.A. ...Read more
September 20, 2016

Short-Term Rentals are Reshaping Real Estate Market in Some Cities

MarketPlace.org: Short-term rentals are reshaping real estate market in some cities
In a few ways, the McMillin Court in Nashville, Tenn. looks like a vintage motel. It is yellow-and-gray, two stories tall, and in the shape of a horseshoe. All 16 units have their own doors to the outside. The kicker is the neon sign in blue and yellow. It even touts “no vacancy,” although that’s kind of a joke. Since these are former apartments, there’s no front desk to inquire about a room. Guests like Luke Graham, of London, England, book online. “It ticked all the boxes really,” said Graham, 33. “A good rate. It’s easy to book … For me, it’s like, as long as you can get in and secure, that’s all you need.”...Read more