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 THE LINK FOR THE FULL REPORT.
Texas - Short Term Vacation Rental Economic Impact - 2023 February.pdf
Read the story in the Fort Worth Report: https://fortworthreport.org/2023/07/18/fort-worth-denies-allegations-in-short-term-rental-suit-asks-judge-to-dismiss-all-claims/
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Fort Worth City Council to vote on new rules for short-term rentals. Here’s what would change under ordinance | Fort Worth Report
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