Current Vacation Rental Airbnb Laws and Regulations in the State of Nevada
Amidst the unprecedented growth of the short-term rental market for Airbnb & Vrbo properties, many cities and counties in Nevada have started implementing Airbnb Laws and regulations. Short-term rental laws and ordinances are constantly changing and we do our best to keep our community updated on these matters.
Below we have identified current regulations that we are aware of in the state of Nevada:
Las Vegas Nevada has developed a three-step approval process for short-term rentals. First, you need to get approval from Planning, then a property inspection verifying the number of bedrooms and will check for life safety and related requirements, lastly submit an application for a business license.
The license application has several special requirements and restrictions, including:
The business license must be included in all advertisements
The licensee must provide proof of liability insurance coverage with a $500,00 minimum amount
The property owner must be the license holder
660-foot separation between short-term residential rentals is required
When applying for a short-term rental permit, owners are required to submit the following:
Short-term rental application
Certificate of insurance identifying the property as a rental, with a minimum of $500,000 liability coverage per occurrence
Property tax payment
Copy of educational materials
Parking pass or proof of parking space assignment for multi-unit short-term rentals
Check out the STR Application Guide provided by the county to learn more and additional details about the submittal requirements.
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