Guide to short-term rental regulations in the U.S.

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Disclaimer

Short-term rental regulations are in a constant state of change. The below resource is updated when possible, but it should not be taken as legal advice. It is critical that you consult with your local lawyer to ensure you are taking the necessary steps to keep your business safe and legal.

Short-term rental regulations in the United State can be hard to find and understand. That’s because we are experiencing a massive shift in how governments at all levels understand and handle vacation rentals and short-term rental platforms like Airbnb and HomeAway. To help vacation rental owners better navigate this, the Hostfully Team created a comprehensive guide to the various laws—proposed and passed—that will affect your business as a property manager.

Rules differ greatly by state and city. There is no one-size fits all approach, and knowing your local and state laws is critical for the success of your business. Navigate using the above map to your state to better understand the current legislation in your region. In the end, this will help property managers and vacation rental owners better run and scale their businesses.

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