Michigan Court of Appeals Rules in Favor of HOA in Short-Term Rental Ban

Short-term rental websites such as AirBNB, Booking.com, FlipKey, HomeAway, Homestay, House Trip, Roomorama, Tripping.com, Trivago, VBRO and VayStays have become an increasing concern for Michigan condominium and homeowner’s associations that are populated by full time residents. The rise of short-term rental websites has led owners and investors to seek out extra income by renting their property on a nightly basis. Condominium and homeowner associations that are primarily comprised of full time residents typically oppose short-term rentals as a result of security risks, noise issues and provisions in governing documents that prohibit short-term rentals.    Read the article……………….

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