Internet giants such HomeAway.com and Craigslist have contributed greatly to the every growing popularity of short-term rentals across the US and other parts of the world. As this new popularity grew so did the public visibility of Short term rentals. At this time many conflicts arose in various cities between mostly regarding owner’s property rights. Many cities set out to ‘ban’ short term rentals all together. While some cities were successful in their short term rental ban other cities implemented new laws and ordinances that would severely restricted existing short term rentals. �
This short term rental ban was most evident in the South Florida area where many municipalities such as the City of Miami Beach, Surfside, Bal Harbour, Key Biscayne and North Miami Beach. Some areas passed new laws that prohibit the short term rentals of homes and condos. For example, the city of North Miami Beach passed a new law that makes it illegal now to operate short term rentals of homes in residential areas. This new ordinance limits the amount of times a single-family home in North Miami Beach can be rented to three times per year.
Follow the links below to see the details and information the City of Miami Beach’s effort to ban short term rentals of homes and condos in the South Beach area.