Scottsdale lands millions from short-term rentals, seeks changes

By Melissa Rosequist | Your Valley

Scottsdale City Council has reportedly sent a unified letter to the Arizona House of Representatives leader seeking changes to short-term rentals, as the municipality strengthens its regulations on the 4,000 vacation homes in city bounds.

The move comes as new reporting done by Scottsdale illustrates short-term rentals are bringing in hundreds of thousands of dollars in tax money per month for the city — recording a high of $1.2 million in tax revenues last March.

A Nov. 9 letter addressed to House Speaker Rusty Bowers asks for “reasonable and meaningful changes in state law” that would allow Scottsdale and other municipalities to protect neighborhoods.

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