The combined impact of short-term vacation rentals and their guests drove nearly $14.3 billion in business sales in the state of Texas, supporting 83,552 jobs and generating approximately $1.2 billion in state and local tax revenues. CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL REPORT.
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This court challenge will be monumental in how the City chooses to move forward regarding fundamental property rights.
Texas Supreme Court Upholds Homeowners Property Rights in Grapevine!
Have you heard? This month, the Texas Supreme Court sided with STR owners continuing a temporary injunction barring enforcement of a short-term rental ban within the city of Grapevine. J. Patrick Sutton, who represents the case has written about the decision here.
This could be welcome news for the Fort Worth case that has more than 100 plaintiffs. Time will tell, and if you haven't read details regarding the Fort Worth case (which is represented by the same attorney who won the Grapevine appeal) click here to read more.
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FORT WORTH DENIES ALLEGATION IN SHORT TERM RENTAL SUIT YET HIRES OUTSIDE FIRM TO REPRESENT THE CITY. Read the the story here.