Webinar On-Demand: Best Practice for Ensuring Short-Term Rental Ordinance Compliance

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Best Practices for Ensuring Short-Term Rental Ordinance Compliance

In this 3rd webinar in our short-term rental series, industry experts Jeffrey Goodman and Ulrik Binzer are joined by Senior Code Enforcement Officer Lamonte Mack from the City of Sausalito, CA to talk about short-term rental ordinance enforcement. Specifically, they will share their respective learnings, experiences, best practices and practical tips for effectively enforcing short-term rental ordinances. As part of the webinar they will also demonstrate some of the new cutting-edge software tools that innovative code-enforcement and finance departments across the nation are deploying to reduce the time and resources needed to ensure compliance.

Attendees of this webinar will:

  • Gain an understanding of the challenges associated with monitoring short-term rental regulations

  • Get a framework for thinking about the costs and benefits associated with the different approaches to enforcing short-term rental regulation

  • Walk away with practical tips for improving their short-term rental enforcement practices in their community

  • Learn how innovative local governments are enhancing their internal short-term rental compliance monitoring capabilities by deploying cost-effective big-data technology


Webinars in the Series

 May 10: How to Effectively Regulate Airbnb-Style Short-Term Rentals

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June 7: The Best Practice Guide to Crafting a Short-Term Rental Ordinance/Bylaw

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Meet Your Hosts


Jeffrey Goodman is an urban planner and considered one of the nation's leading authorities on short-term rentals and how they impact communities. He has previously contracted with both the city of New Orleans and Airbnb, and advised researchers on short-term rentals in range of cities including San Francisco, Portland, New Orleans, and New York. Jeff has spoken about short-term rentals all across the country including at the APA's National Planning Conference. He graduated from Yale College and earned his Masters of Urban Planning from Harvard University.

Ulrik Binzer is the Founder and CEO of Host Compliance LLC, the industry leader in short-term rental monitoring and compliance solutions for local governments.  A pioneer in the short-term rental enforcement solution space, Ulrik developed the first short-term rental compliance monitoring tools and now uses his expertise and insights to help local governments across North America implement, monitor and enforce short-term rental regulation. Ulrik previously served in a variety of leadership roles in management consulting, private equity, startups and the military and developed his distinctive strategic and analytical skill-set at McKinsey & Company and Harvard Business School.

Lamonte Mack is a dynamic Code Enforcement Professional and program manager with deep code enforcement experience from a range of California cities including Sausalito, Town of Los Gatos, San Rafael and Half Moon Bay. Known as astute problem solver and innovator, Lamonte has often been called upon to address emerging and sensitive municipal code enforcement matters. Short-term rental ordinance compliance is one of those sensitive and emerging code enforcement areas, and when the City of Sausalito decided to ramp up the enforcement of its short-term rental rules, Lamonte was a natural choice for the assignment.  Lamonte is a certified Code Enforcement Officer and earned his degree in Administration of Justice from Chabot College.