New AirBnB Regulations Advance on Second Reading in Nashville

Nashville could soon see tougher rules governing AirBnB rentals, thanks to a bill that passed second reading last night at the Metro Council meeting, The Tennessean reports. The bill strengthens caps on non-owner-occupied rentals allowed in suburban parts of Davidson County and creates a new “anti-clustering” rule to prevent concentration. The third and final reading will take place on Jan. 16, when the council will also consider whether to ban non-owner occupied short-term rentals in residential areas outright.
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