Allegan County Trial Court Rules That Short-term Vacation Rentals Violate Deed Restrictions (MI)

As mentioned in our previous blog article, technological advancements have increased the ability of individuals to do short-term leasing, as opposed to the traditional long term, six month or greater, leasing arrangement, in particular looking at the new phenomenon of Airbnb. Websites such as Airbnb, VRBO and Homeaway are often used by short-term lessors and lessees alike to both list and locate short-term rentals. The blog article examined the nature of Airbnb rentals and the pros and cons of short-term rentals on community living projects.     Read the article………….


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