What to know about the new rental rules that went into effect on Thursday
Rental restrictions in Colorado and Nevada are set to go into effect Thursday for some homes, including some that were sold in the early days of Airbnb.
But many of the state’s biggest cities have also already gone into effect and some of the largest hotels have already started moving to comply with the new rules.
The rules are aimed at cracking down on home rentals that often involve guests sharing rooms or staying at the same location for short periods.
The new rules are expected to reduce the number of people sharing rooms in rental homes from thousands to less than one.
They also require some properties to make additional security arrangements.
Here are some key things to know before you move in: • Some properties will have to pay to remove people from their properties and give them an exit route.
This is a major increase for owners who rent out their properties.
The rental companies will have until June 1 to comply.
• If you’re renting a cabin, you can get a waiver from your landlord.
The company will pay for the move-in, and if you move out, the property will be on your lease for life.
But if you want to move in later, you will have up to 90 days to get it signed over.
• The first three months are the most expensive for most people who are renting in Denver, but the rental companies have said they expect to be reimbursed.
• All property owners are expected by July 15 to file a petition with the city’s zoning board to apply for a variance.
If approved, the city will then have 90 days from that date to put in place rules that will allow the new rule to take effect.
• You can’t rent out a room in a rooming house, a condo or a motel.
You’ll need to rent it out to someone else, such as a guest who wants to stay for two nights or stay at the place for longer than two nights.
There will also be a new rule on the books that prohibits a hotel or motel from having more than one room at a time.
That means if you rent a room with a guest, you’ll have to share a bedroom with them.
• There are still some things to do before you can move in.
Some of the biggest changes include: • Renters will have a maximum occupancy of two people in a home that is more than 60 square feet.
• Rooms that are less than 60 by 60 feet must be at least 15 feet away from each other.
• A minimum of 20 square feet is required for the living room and dining room.
• Single-family homes must have at least 10 bedrooms and at least one full bathroom.
• Multiple-family properties must have a minimum of 10 bedrooms, one full bath and at most two bathrooms.
• Some rental properties will no longer have parking lots.
If you want parking, it will be free for up to 24 hours.
• Renting an RV will not be allowed if it is in a garage or on a trailer.
The owner must provide proof that the vehicle is parked.
• Property owners who don’t provide proof of a permit or a safety deposit box for their RV will lose their license to operate the RV.
• Properties that are not on the list of approved housing will be considered off-limits for people under the age of 18.
• Most property owners will have two units in the first year.
But there will be exceptions.
• When you move into a rental property, you should have a “home safe.”
This means that you must be on the property 24 hours a day, seven days a week and must be able to get your phone, camera and other belongings out of the home.
It will also include a plan to remove pets and pets’ food and water.
• Once you move, you must have all your belongings and property in the home within 30 days.
You will also have to remove all decorations from your home, such for tables, chairs and walls.
• As long as you live there for at least six months, you cannot leave.
You can leave the property at any time if you have a court order.
You won’t be able leave the home until you’re no longer living there.
• It is illegal to live on your property for more than six months.
The rule goes into effect July 1.
The city will allow a person to apply to a court to vacate their home for more time than that.
You have 30 days from the day the order is issued to leave.
• Your property must be in good repair and there must be no signs of abuse or neglect on the properties.
In Colorado, there is a rule that allows a person with a valid permit to remove any graffiti, but it is illegal for people with a false permit to paint their homes.