Anaheim short-term vacation rentals workshop set for Tuesday, Feb. 23

Anaheim short-term vacation rentals workshop set for Tuesday, Feb. 23
The city of Anaheim will host a City Council workshop on short-term vacation rentals on Feb. 23 at 3 p.m. All are invited to learn about current regulations and to hear from residents and rental operators as well as city staff on future rules and …
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AccorHotels invests in holiday rentals to understand expectations
The hotel company has also acquired a 30% stake in Oasis Collections – also an online private rentals service but offering leisure and corporate rentals across the US, Europe and Latin America. The Buenos Aires-based company launched in 2009 and offers …
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U-Haul Truck Rentals opens in Canton
Haywood Secure Storage of Canton at 7066 Old Clyde Road will offer U-Haul trucks, towing equipment, support rental items, boxes and in-store pick-up for boxes. Hours of operation for U-Haul rentals are 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday. Reserve U-Haul …
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City officials limit short-term rentals in Venice

City officials limit short-term rentals in Venice
VENICE, Fla. — The Suncoast is a vacation hot spot for travelers from around the world. Many of them choose to stay in short-term rentals, but as the code enforcement board ramps up new rules, renting a home for a limited time in Venice is becoming …
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SH rentals ordinance could be revised with data
SOUTH HAVEN — South Haven doesn't have any reliable data on how many short-term rentals are in the city, and related information. But officials say a basic short-term rentals registration ordinance with an occupancy cap will help them get that …
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CoGo Bike Share Streamlines Rentals with Transit App Partnership

CoGo Bike Share Streamlines Rentals with Transit App Partnership
If you're interested in utilizing the CoGo Bike Share system, but don't want to commit to an annual membership, then a new partnership with an app-based service will help you streamline the process and get to riding. Users of Transit App will now be …
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New York's New High-End Rentals
A slew of high-end, high-profile rental buildings are poised to open across Manhattan and Brooklyn this year, adding more than 8,000 units at a pace not seen in years, and in the process, redefining what rental housing in the city can be.
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In Reynoldstown, Memorial Drive Rentals Eye Summer Debut
This summer, the red-hot stretch of Memorial Drive between Moreland Avenue and downtown could see its first big dose of apartments since The Leonard delivered in 2014, project leaders tell Curbed. Enfold Properties, the team behind Collier Lofts near …
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Windsor council to tackle marijuana restrictions, vacation rentals

Windsor council to tackle marijuana restrictions, vacation rentals
The Windsor Town Council is taking up two hot topics at its next meeting: marijuana and vacation rentals. They aren't related, but the town wants to hear from the public on both issues. The council on Wednesday is poised to reaffirm its longstanding …
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Textbook Rentals to Bridge Economic Barriers
First-generation and economically challenged college students can now to borrow their textbooks free of charge from the Cornell Lending Library. Students from First in Class — a campus-wide initiative that supports first-generation college students …
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Mobile Apps Drive Car Rentals, But Not Sales
Mobile Apps Drive Car Rentals, But Not Sales. The days of teenagers anxiously awaiting the moment they get their driver's license are long over. Now, a ride on demand and even a car delivered to your door is just a mobile app away. It's a major shift …
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Rise in rental properties weighs on Alle-Kiski towns
More than half of the residences in Tarentum are rentals, a figure that jumped by about 24 percent in the past decade, according to the federal Census Bureau. Property values dropped about 25 percent during the same time. An increasing number of rental …
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