|definitions of "rental" in communities with limits on rentals||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Sue STIGLEMAN (sstiglemanbellsouth.net)|
|Date: Tue, 18 Oct 2016 16:30:51 -0700 (PDT)|
Hi! If you are in a community that limits rentals, could you tell me how you define "rentals", from the list below? Our documents allow owners to rent their units in whole or in part, with no restrictions on the number of rentals. We have had several other kinds of arrangements over the years that get called "rentals". 1. non-owner occupied unit rented to one person or one family2. non-owner-occupied unit with rooms rented to separate individuals; shared use of the living room and kitchen3. non-owner-occupied unit where a friend of the owner lives without paying rent 4. unit that is rented when the owner regularly spends half the year living elsewhere5. unit that is rented for a few weeks or a few months when the owner is traveling 6. owner-occupied with a paying non-related housemate 7. owner-occupied with a paying related housemate (sibling, cousin, adult child, etc)8. owner-occupied unit where the owner rents individual rooms, either short or longer term9. owner-occupied unit where the owner lives on one floor and rents the other floor (but the other floor isn't structurally an apartment)10. owner-occupied unit that includes an apartment with only a separate entrance.11. owner-occupied unit that includes an apartment that has both a separate and an internal entrance.12. owner-occupied unit where the owners are doing a short or long-term house swap with someone who lives elsewhere 13. Other???? Thank you! >From Westwood Cohousing in Asheville, NC --sue Sue Stigleman sstigleman [at] bellsouth.net 828-989-9373
definitions of "rental" in communities with limits on rentals Sue STIGLEMAN, October 18 2016
- Re: definitions of "rental" in communities with limits on rentals Sharon Villines, October 19 2016
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