Scottsdale HOA bans short-term rentals

By Wayne Schutsky | Scottsdale Progress

While Arizona legislators debate whether or not to hand regulatory powers back to cities to rein in short-term rentals, some Scottsdale home owners associations are taking matters into their own hands.

The McDowell Mountain Ranch Community Association adopted a new rule that went into effect on April 1 that bans short-term rentals in the community and assesses a $350 per day fine for violations.

The new rule prohibits homes “from being used, allowed, authorized, or advertised for lease for a term of less than” 30 days.


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