Rental Caps: The Good, The Bad and the Ugly

A rental cap is a mechanism put in place to limit the number or percentage of units which may be rented at any one time in a community. While not every community needs, wants, or should have a rental cap in place, before you spend the time and money on getting one drafted and approved by the owners, it is important to weigh the pros and cons to determine whether or not a rental cap is beneficial for your community.   Read the article………………


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