Is Short-Term Leasing a “Commercial Use”?

In Houston v. Wilson Mesa Ranch Homeowners Association, Inc., the Colorado Court of Appeals held that short-term rentals did not violate a covenant prohibiting commercial use of a unit. However, this ruling did not indicate that all restrictions on short-term rentals are unenforceable. Although this case was decided in Colorado, and it is not binding in Washington, it could be an indication of how a Washington court would decide a similar issue.    Read the article……………


Related Articles

AirBnB’s popularity adds to short-term rentals debate in West Michigan

AirBnB, an online rental marketplace that has become a go-to place for those seeking vacation and business rentals, allows travelers

N.J. condo-sign ruling shows importance of state constitutions

When we think of free speech, we naturally think of the First Amendment – the first 45 words of the

HOA’s and Contingency Cases

A more apt title might be “Why Lawyers Don’t Take HOA Cases on Contingency.” I am frequently asked to take