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The Right to Rent? Or, more like…. the Right to Apply for a License To Rent?

A new state-wide vacation rental law bill proposed in the Florida Senate would require vacation rental owners to apply for and pay a fee for a license in order to operate a vacation rental whether advertised on a website or not, as well as wipe out city and county vacation rental regulations now in place. … Continue Reading

Florida’s “Vacation Rental” Laws To Be Readdressed in 2018 Legislative Session

Florida’s state legislators have begun filing their initial bill proposals for the 2018 Legislative Session, and it looks like the battle over local government regulation of vacation rentals (a.k.a. “short-term” rentals) will heat up again after several opposing bills either died in committee or were withdrawn last year.  On one side of the ongoing controversy … Continue Reading

New Vacation Rental Regulations Coming to Miami-Dade

Miami-Dade County recently passed a new ordinance targeting vacation rentals, which would affect hundreds of active short-term rental properties including those listed on the popular websites AirBnB, HomeAway, and VRBO. This ordinance comes on the heels of several months of sparring between the City of Miami and AirBnB. Earlier this year, AirBnB sued the City … Continue Reading
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