Executive Order Extending the Ban on Short Term Vacation Rentals

By April 11, 2020April 13th, 2020Community, Local Government, News

On Friday, April 10th Governor Ron DeSantis enacted executive order 20-103 which extended the ban on short term vacation rentals through Thursday, April 30th. The following is a description of the types of properties to which the ban applies:

Rental of any house, condominium, cooperative, or dwelling unit that is also a transient public lodging establishment, as defined under Section 509.013(4)(a), Florida Statutes; and

  1. Which is rented for periods of less than 30 days or I calendar month, whichever is less; or
  2. Which is advertised or held out to the public as a place regularly rented to guests; or
  3. Which is otherwise regulated by the Department of Business and Professional Regulation (“DBPR”) as a vacation rental pursuant to section 509.241, Florida Statutes.

The Seacrest Beach Homeowners’ Association twenty-four hour security team is keeping track of who is in the neighborhood and suspected violations of the executive order will be reported to the authorities.

The full text of the executive orders may be found at the links below: