By Ryan Tisminezky | Your Valley
The fight that determines the future of vacation rental websites like Airbnb in Arizona is ongoing, and this year’s election will play a key role in the process.
In 2016, the Arizona Legislature passed Senate Bill 1350, which prohibits cities and towns across the state from regulating “vacation rentals or short-term rentals.”
According to local real estate agent Greg Hague, Arizona is the only state to have a law like this. What started as a small movement to repeal the law may end up as a referendum on a future ballot.