FLORIDA – Short-term rentals become top concern for condo owners, residents

CCFJ.NET:  Short-term rentals become top concern for condo owners, residents
Rentals impacting quality of life, condo residents say
Article and Video Courtesy of Channel 10 News

By Christina Vazquez

Published July 2, 2016

HOLLYWOOD, Fla. – Condo owners say the illegal renting of units in violation of by-laws is wreaking havoc on HOA dues and quality of life.

Condo owners who reached out to the Call Christina team said their building is overrun with tourists that are not just soaking up the sun, but their HOA dues, and claim the board and the management company is not doing a thing to put a stop to it.

“We have tried everything else to protect our rights and we have not been able to be successful,” Ellen Hassman, who owns a condo at The Tides, said. “They think they are getting around it because they call them guests. We never get answers and no one is helping us anywhere.”

    

“It is not their fault,” another Tides condo owner, Jeff London, said about the visiting tourists. “It is the fault of the association and the management company that lets it go on.”  Read more:

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