If you are looking for an investment home to use as a short term rental (VRBO, AirB&B, etc.) please bear in mind that each city and county have their own regulations, as do most HOA's. Many municipalities have mandated that to be eligible for a Short Term Rental License the home must be a primary residence, though that definition varies.
The entire Denver area offers so much for both residents and visitors, and with an ever increasing population the subject of how to regulate short term rentals is top of mind.
If you are considering using a prospective property as a Short Term Rental:
Many larger cities have short term rental regulations posted online, as well as quick links for registering for a business license and other requirements.
Contact your local city and county officials for the most up-to-date regulations; some municipalities have proposed amendments which are under review, so make sure to ask about anything pending.
Check online or call for regulations in neighboring municipalities! Regulations are quickly changing and increasing, and knowing what other cities have already put in place may give you insight into what could be coming down the pike.
If you have any questions call us today to discuss your property needs.