About a month before Austin’s largest influx of vacation home renters, the city has yet to take action against suspected scofflaws who have not registered such rentals as required by a 4-month-old law.
Meanwhile, the city isn’t on pace to collect the $350,000 in fees that were expected to pay for enforcement officers and other staff to run the short-term rental program.
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To learn more about registering a home with the city of Austin as a short-term rental, visit austintexas.gov/STR.