(ID) Senate narrowly backs legislation to keep HOA’s from barring AirBnB or other short-term rentals

Homeowner’s associations in Idaho couldn’t restrict owners from renting their property on a short-term basis for “AirBnB” or other types of short-term rentals unless they already had the restriction when the property owner bought the place, under legislation that passed the Senate today after much debate and headed to Gov. Butch Otter’s desk.   Read the article……….


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