Noce: Bylaws needed to bar use of condo for Airbnb rentals

Author of the article: Roberto Noce Publishing date: May 13, 2022  •  23 hours ago  •  2 minute read  •   Join the conversation

Short-term rentals in Condominiums through online services such as Airbnb or Vrbo are touchy issues. Check out this week's condo Q and A in the Calgary Herald.

Question: I own a condo unit in a 100-plus unit condominium complex. I am renting the unit out as a short-term rental on Airbnb. Some of the owners have expressed their dislike of short-term rentals and have asked the board to make some amendments to the bylaws that would ban short-term rentals. Can the board prevent me from renting out my unit on Airbnb? Please help!   READ MORE

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Some condo boards wil pass bylaws to disallow renting out units on a short-term basis, such as Airbnb. PHOTO BY CHARLES PLATIAU /Reuters
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