Hawaii Vacation Rental Crackdown
Newest Update on the crackdown of vacation rentals:
Since the new law regarding short term rentals went into effect on August 1st, 5 citations have been issued.
"The new law makes it illegal to advertise a vacation rental that is not properly permitted or not located inside a hotel-resort zone. It also upped the maximum recurring fine for such a violation to $10,000 daily. Owners have seven days to correct the violation — essentially requiring them to remove the ad — or risk an initial fine of $1,000 and subsequent daily fines of up to $10,000." -Gordon Pang
That doesn't mean you have to give up your rental, and we can help. Here are a few options to consider:
-Apply for a NUC (Nonconforming Use Certificate) Applications are open beginning on October 1st, 2020
-Change your rental requirements to a minimum of 30 days or month to month rental
-Change your vacation rental into a long term rental
-Sell your property
If you need property managers or Real Estate agents message us to see how we can best serve your needs.
Ellie & Lauren
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