NETTA hosts a series of short-term rental workshops | Sunday stories

The Northeast Tennessee Tourism Association will be offering a series of short-term rental workshops during the month of February for those interested in, or currently owning or operating vacation rental properties.

The series includes an opportunity for attendees to learn about vacation rental markets, laws and regulations, customer service, proper cleaning guidelines, as well as how to get started with rentals and how to get started. improve the current properties. The workshops will also offer a Q&A session with local short-term rental experts in each region, and an opportunity to hear from local tourism bureaus.

“Northeast Tennessee has a thriving short-term rental market due to our proximity to outdoor opportunities, as well as world-class attractions and cityscapes,” said Alicia Phelps, executive director of the Northeast Tennessee Tourism Association.

“Our hope is to connect our current accommodation properties and equip those considering investing in the short-term rental market to showcase our region at its best,” she said.

The workshops will take place from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the following locations:

February 2: Greene County Partnership, 115 Academy St., Greeneville

February 9: Johnson City Offices, 302 Buffalo St., Johnson City

February 17: Elizabethton/Carter County Chamber of Commerce, 615 E. Elk Ave., Elizabethton

February 23: Explore the offices of Bristol/Co-Work Bristol, 1227 Volunteer Parkway, Suite 130, Bristol.

While the workshops are free and open to those interested or who currently own or operate vacation rental properties, registration is required by calling 423-262-0238 or emailing [email protected]

You can also register online at

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