Data suggest short-term rentals in Missoula represent fragment of housing stock



Speculation over the impacts short-term rentals have on Missoula’s housing stock were partially answered this week, though other questions linger, including the consequences of further regulating the industry.

The report, compiled by Granicus software, found 585 short-term rental listings in 445 unique units as of April. While short-term rentals are offered across the city, the majority of them were located in the Riverfront, Heart of Missoula and University District neighborhoods.

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