The Los Angeles Times reported about a new law passed in December 2019 in the County of San Bernardino that is affecting the owners of Joshua Tree short-term vacation home rentals. Other short-term vacation towns and areas such as Pioneertown and Yucca Valley are affected too.
Homeowners now have to apply for a Short-Term Rental Application with the county. The Joshua Tree short-term vacation rentals are now subject to short-term residential permits, code inspections and enforcement, transit occupancy tax, advertising specifications and more.
Whether Joshua Tree, elsewhere in the high desert or in Greater Palm Springs, buyers thinking about investing in a vacation rental should consider the following before buying:
These are just some of the basic tips to consider when investing in a short-term vacation rental home.
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