La Quinta’s moratorium on new short-term vacation rental permits has been extended to April 6.
The action was taken by the City Council Tuesday during closed session and approved in a 4-1 vote. Permits on existing short-term rentals that are in good standing can still be renewed under the moratorium.
The council listened on Tuesday as seven people spoke mostly against short-term rentals, some encouraging the city to ban them in residential neighborhoods, as the cities of Palm Desert and Rancho Mirage have done. Three-night minimum stays, extended moratorium on new permits and limited number of short-term rentals in residential neighborhoods are a few of the recommendations a group of La Quinta homeowners want the City Council to consider as it reviews its rules for vacation homes.
If you are considering to buy Short-term Vacation Rentals in the greater Palm Springs area, make sure you are familiar with and understand the ordinance and regulations fully. These regulations are meant to protect the neighborhood, property values – your future investment! And talk to fellow Vacation Rentals Investors or Real Estate Agents – your local experts.
Short-Term Vacation Rental Information and Ordinance by Cities
- Palm Springs
- Cathedral City
- Rancho Mirage
- Palm Desert
- Indian Wells
- La Quinta
- Desert Hot Springs
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