Nashvilles Emotional And Divisive Airbnb Debate

Dated: 11/27/2017

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Short-term rentals, like those listed on Airbnb, HomeAway and VRBO, have disrupted the lodging market in Nashville, creating benefits and headaches alike for the city, its residents and its visitors.

The issue — renting out one’s home for 30 days or less — is emotional because it involves money, quality of life and peace of mind in a city that continues to boom, growing at a pace of 75 to 100 people a day.

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Jacquelyn Gore

Being a REALTOR® is my passion. I truly love helping people buy and sell real estate. It is so rewarding to see the joy I bring to my clients when they buy their dream home or sell an amazingly reno....

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