Breckenridge short term rental information is the most asked about topic these days. The vision for the town has changed, with the need for affordable housing being at the top of the list. Also the need for those that purchased a property as a second home to be able to enjoy it as a home in a residential neighborhood and not have renters coming and going all season long. There are definite questions you should be asking when purchasing a second home or investment property in Breckenridge. The best way to find out in-depth information is the town website (townofbreckenridge.com) as the goal of the town is clearly laid out for you. See these items below as being the most important as well as knowing how long the wait is for a short term rental license.
Short Term Rental Caps and Zoning
A short-term rental property is defined as “a residential dwelling unit, or any room therein, available for lease for a term of less than thirty (30) consecutive days.”
- A valid short-term rental license is required for each short-term rental property.
- Individual homeowner associations may have requirements, restrictions and covenants related to short-term rentals.
- The license is required regardless of how the properties are marketed (through a management company, on-line through websites such as VRBO and Airbnb, newspaper ads, word of mouth, etc.).
- The license number must be displayed in all advertisings for the property.
- Short-term rental licenses are non-transferable/non-
refundable in event of property sale.