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If Palm Springs isn't going to ban short-term rentals, it needs more limits
While desert cities like Rancho Mirage, Cathedral City, La Quinta and Palm Desert have chosen to limit or ban STRs, Palm Springs' approach is the opposite: We essentially rubber stamp new vacation rental permit applications without any regard to how overly saturated our neighborhoods are with these mini-motels.
The result is we're now up to 2,254 short term rentals in Palm Springs, an increase of 26% over the past three years, according to a Palm Springs Post report. But citywide numbers don't tell the story, because some neighborhoods are more impacted than others.
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