KANSAS CITY, Mo. (KCTV) – A whole bunch of former short-term rental properties in Kansas Metropolis can be faraway from Airbnb as quickly as tomorrow, based on town.
The transfer comes three months after Kansas Metropolis councilmembers handed new restrictions on short-term rental properties. The ordinances made a number of modifications, together with requiring homeowners to register with town earlier than itemizing the property on platforms like Airbnb and VRBO.
A spokesperson for town’s Housing and Neighborhood Providers Departments stated 539 property homeowners are registered with town to legally function short-term leases.
There are lots of of different homeowners that aren’t working inside the new necessities.
Town says it supplied Airbnb with 365 properties listed on the platform that aren’t registered to function as short-term leases. A metropolis spokesperson stated it’s conscious Airbnb is telling these homeowners that their properties can be delisted by Sept. 15, if proof of registration is just not supplied.
There are one other 130 unlicensed short-term leases on VRBO, based on town. Related lists will even be supplied to web sites like Journey Advisor and Bookings.com.
As of June fifteenth, the homeowners of any unregistered short-term rental property in Kansas Metropolis, Missouri, faces fines, penalties, and jail time.
Homeowners are first notified by the Neighborhood Providers Division’s Quick-Time period Rental Division and has a possibility to work with town to rectify the problem, based on a metropolis spokesperson.
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