Violators of the city’s short-term rental law could have their water shut off under a proposal that’s making its way through a City Council committee.
The City Council has lowered the density cap on short-term rentals by nearly half.
The city may soon have a better idea of how many people are operating illegal short-term rental businesses around town.
The owners of two new homes on Fletcher Avenue will not be allowed to use their dwellings as short-term rental businesses.
Setting up a home as a short-term rental may soon get a little easier in Fayetteville.
Vacation towns across the country are facing a housing crisis and grappling with how to regulate the short-term rental industry.
People who rent homes in Fayetteville through sites like Airbnb and VRBO have an extra three months to come into compliance with the city’s new short-term rental law.
The City Council will consider two proposed changes to Fayetteville’s short-term rental rules.
People who rent homes in Fayetteville through sites like Airbnb and VRBO have a few extra months to take advantage of a grace period to come into compliance.
Anyone who rents a home in Fayetteville through sites like Airbnb and VRBO might have some extra time to get their permit without a Planning Commission hearing.
The new rules require anyone operating a short-term rental to get a business license and a safety inspection if the unit is not in one of the city’s commercial or mixed-used zoning districts where hotels are allowed.
Fayetteville now has rules in place that legalize short-term rentals.
It will be about three more weeks before the Fayetteville City Council revisits a proposal to legalize the short-term rental of homes through services like Airbnb, VRBO and HomeAway.
It will be at least another month before there are any rules in place to legalize the short-term rental of homes through services like Airbnb, VRBO and HomeAway.
Fayetteville officials want residents’ help in drafting rules concerning short-term rental of homes through services like Airbnb, VRBO and HomeAway.