Short-Term Rental Regulations in Georgia
Legal Counsel for Short-Term Rental Owners
In recent years, the number of short-term rentals in Georgia has increased significantly. With the advent of online booking platforms such as Airbnb, Vrbo, and HomeAway, property owners are now able to easily list their homes or apartments for short-term rental. While the rise of short-term rentals has provided economic benefits for property owners and increased tourism in the state, it has also raised concerns about housing affordability, neighborhood safety, and regulatory compliance.
In Georgia, short-term rental regulation can be found in new short-term rental ordinances at the city and county levels and even in restrictive covenants for properties belonging to a homeowner’s association. The Carr Law Group real estate team is well-versed in these regulations. Our team can help ensure that you are up to date and compliant with the city, county, and HOA/POA regulations for your rental property. We can help ensure that all required steps are taken and that you have a management agreement prepared to protect you and your property. Learn more about county-specific regulations below.
Hall County Regulations
Rabun County Regulations
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