Keyrenter Washington DC Helps Local Short-Term Rental Hosts With Short-Term Rental Law – April 10, 2022 Deadline

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What to Know About Options for Washington DC AirBNB and Other Short-Term Rental and Vacation Homes – Law Requirements Take Effect April 10, 2022

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— Deborah Gomes

WASHINGTON DC, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, USA, March 4, 2022 / — Keyrenter Washington DC, a leader in the property management and real estate industry, offers assistance to rental property owners in short term.

After April 10, 2022, all properties for which short-term rentals are taking place must be permitted, regardless of when the rental was booked. Landlords who conduct unlicensed short-term rentals after April 10, 2022 are subject to enforcement action. The law applies to short-term rental units through companies like AirBNB, HomeAway and VRBO. To comply, landlords are prohibited from renting properties other than their primary residence for more than 30 days at a time.

Keyrenter Washington DC helps short-term rental hosts understand their options and make recommendations. Keyrenter can advise you on sale options and long-term rental options. Knowing the details of the law is important and Keyrenter helps to understand the details and the options.

The Council passed a hardship exemption that gives homeowners flexibility that can prove that their job or medical situation with family members takes them out of the district for more than 90 days a year. This will help military personnel and diplomats, in particular, who may be away for a significant part of the year.

Homeowners are allowed to rent an attic, basement or bedroom on any home sharing platform without limit, the only stipulation being that they must live in the house at the time of rental. The regulations limit rentals of principal residences to 90 days per year when the owner is not at home.

New legislation requires hosts to obtain district licenses, install smoke detectors, and add liability insurance for each unit available for rental. Civil penalties will also be put in place prohibiting tenants from operating short-term rentals.

Tenants are prohibited from using annual visitor parking permits. Residents have previously complained that the permits were being used for business purposes instead of personal guests, occupying premium parking spaces.

This is not a complete list of all rules. Please consult your lawyer or adviser for more information.

With over 8 years of experience, Keyrenter Washington DC specializes in working with landlords and investors. Keyrenter advises the best option in each case. When the best option is long-term rental, Keyrenter ensures that the accommodation meets the compliance requirements provided for by the legislation. Keyrenter also has extensive experience in all areas of long-term leasing, including tenant screening and selection, maintenance inspections and accounting. Keyrenter provides accounting services to ensure landlords are paid on time and tenants honor the rental agreement. They help with a variety of accounting options, from monthly invoicing to taxes and other financial needs. In the rare event that a tenant eviction is necessary, Keyrenter provides tenant eviction services. For more information visit

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