With the rapid expansion of the short-term rental industry - now with millions of listings in over 34,000 cities worldwide - many local governments have found their regulatory and enforcement systems unable to respond effectively. In this course, planner Jeffrey Goodman will teach you about this fast-moving industry, how to frame a new ordinance based on community goals, how to balance competing interests in implementing regulation, and the best practices in enforcement from cities around the country.
AICP planners will also be eligible for CM credits through this course.
About the instructor
Jeffrey Goodman is an urban planner and graphic designer based in New Orleans. His work focuses on the sharing economy, community participation, and data-driven regulation. He has contracted with both the City of New Orleans and Airbnb, and advised researchers on short-term rentals in San Francisco, Portland, New Orleans, Vancouver, and New York. Besides his featured article in Planning Magazine, Jeffrey has been quoted on short-term rentals in The New York Times and Bloomberg News. He has a undergraduate degree from Yale University and a Masters in Urban Planning from Harvard's Graduate School of Design.