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State cracking down on vacation rentals?

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I've just had my reservations cancelled by owners (vrbo and airbnb) due to the apparent crackdown on vacation rentals.

Heads up for those looking for places - sounds like prices will rise substantially at hotels as they book up. Long term, I think that tourism will fall if visitors cannot find secondary accommodations. Many of the places I have seen listed are beautifully maintained and provide safe, local (i.e., non-resort), and practical places to stay. Hawaii is expensive as it is, taking away affordable lodgings will cost it out of many tourists' budgets, IMHO.

Any thoughts from locals? Tourists?

Enjoy-la!

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