The website AirBNB allows property owners and leasers to list their homes and apartments for short term rental. Recent press and blogosphere coverage has discussed the proliferation of this service and the convenience it provides to visitors to the city looking for a hotel alternative and residents who want to earn a separate ... Continue Reading
New Orleans Short Term Rental Laws
The new vacation rental laws, regulating Airbnb, VRBO, HomeAway and other platforms, have continued to raise questions among New Orleans property owners. Although the new legislation became effective on April 1st 2017, many short-term rental owners still grapple with the transition. We're here to help overcome legal hurdles and bureaucratic clutter. During a Small Business Strategy Session we can answer your questions about your specific property. Schedule today!
With the Super Bowl less than a month away, websites like Craigslist and AirBNB are full of residents in New Orleans looking to rent their homes. For residents, it's a quick and easy way to make some cash. And tourists get to stay in a home rather than a hotel. The problem is that, without the proper permit, it's illegal. Gambit ... Continue Reading
A recent Forbes article featured New Orleans as America’s fastest growing city. The author touted the city’s assets, bourgeoning industries, and culture as the catalyst for this growth. One of New Orleans’ newest businesses is a microcosm of that growth. ... Continue Reading