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Does Your Delaware Community Allow Short-Term Rentals?

September 19, 2018

Before buying your retirement home know how short-term rentals are handled in your community.

We have seen situations where the homeowners did not pay attention to the rules and ran into trouble. You want to ensure you know and comply with your community rules on short-term rentals.

The implications of short-term rentals for homeowners can affect you whether you plan to rent your home or not. Most people forget this when buying.  Neighbors having the ability to offer rentals in your community can also impact you.

The ability to rent for short-, medium-, or long-terms gives the homeowner a lot of freedom to travel and spend time elsewhere for a portion of the year. This can be a plus for the homeowner, but what about their neighbors? For example, if you buy a home...

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