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Short-term Rentals

How to Deal with Short-Term Rental Issues

Condominium owners often rent their condo units on their own or through companies such as, Airbnb or Expedia.

Some condo corporations restrict short-term rentals, which are defined as tenancies of less than several weeks, because they can lead to disruptions in condo communities if tenants do not comply with condo rules, municipal by-laws or other legislation.

Step 1. Identify the issue

Review your condo corporation’s governing documents if you’re thinking of renting out your condo unit because disputes can arise because of condo corporations’ restrictions on short-term rentals.

Common short-term rental issues:

Security concerns because of additional keys or fobs in circulation

Additional wear and tear caused by increased use of common elements or amenities

Tenants or their guests disrupting the condo community or failing to comply with the condo corporation’s governing documents

Condo unit owners or occupants renting out their unit despite short-term rental restrictions.

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