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Trip rental homeowners in Larimer balk at short-term rental guidelines

Steven McCrane purchased a retirement house in Estes Park a number of years in the past and spends as a lot time there as doable. The remainder of the yr, he rents his house from him as a short-term rental by VRBO.

He pays gross sales taxes and a lodging tax each evening his house is rented.

McCrane’s house is amongst 333 trip properties and 29 short-term leases within the Estes Valley which can be registered with Larimer County, a lot of that are in residentially zoned areas. A whole lot extra are registered throughout the city limits of Estes Park.

Now the county is contemplating altering the short-term rental insurance policies, and McCrane says these modifications will make it tougher for owners like him to generate profits off his property. A number of the modifications apply to the Estes Valley, the place the majority of the county’s short-term leases are positioned. And a few apply to Larimer County outdoors the valley.

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