Condo association can limit short-term leases (MI)

Q: Short-term rentals are becoming a big problem in our condominium association, especially during the holidays and summer, where leases may be for a week or less. Short-term tenants rarely follow the rules if they even happen to know about them in the first place, damage to the common elements is on the increase and we have no idea who is doing it, not to mention our property manager is pulling her hair out and is probably ready to quit. The condominium’s developer retained ownership of a few units and continually leases them out on a short-term basis. What can we do?    Read the Q&A……….


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