The Florida Legislature is discussing changes concerning short term rentals you may want to be aware of. The proposed legislation, HB307 and SB356, could potentially have a significant impact on your rental operation and it is important you understand the implications of these changes being discussed:
To read the proposed legislation, please click these links:
An online resource for owners and managers in the short term rental industry has been formed to provide best practices and helpful information. To start a local chapter visit:
FlipKey does not have independent knowledge of these regulations or any proposed or actual changes to existing regulations. FlipKey encourages all managers and owners to understand and comply with the regulations governing short term rentals in their individual municipalities.
The FlipKey Team
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