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Nieuwe regels kort verblijf Miami Beach

Bericht door diaan » 10 dec 2018, 23:47

Hoi!

Ik en een vriendin hadden n appartement geboekt voor maart 2019 in south beach.Die afgelopen weekend geannuleerd is door Airbnb...

Een nieuwe regel, minimaal verblijf moet 6 maanden zijn.

Airbnb gaf me als advies om op andere platforms te zoeken naar n mogelijkheid.Homeaway NLD b.v kon mij (nog)niks vertellen want wist er niks van af..
Maar dan zoals ik denk.Als het een wet is.Dan moet dat toch gelden voor alle platforms?
Misschien weet iemand van hier er iets meer van?Wij willen nml niet dit voor een 2e keer meemaken...


Groetjes!

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Re: Nieuwe regels kort verblijf Miami Beach

Bericht door Gast » 11 dec 2018, 02:00

MInimaal 6 maanden voor een airbnb, lijkt me sterk. Tenzij het specifiek voor dat apartement is. Ik zou gewoon zoeken naar een andere airbnb.

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Re: Nieuwe regels kort verblijf Miami Beach

Bericht door PSVwally » 11 dec 2018, 07:04

Ik gebruik vrij regelmatig airbnb en deze is nieuw voor mij. Het lijkt me eerder dat ze het appartement maar voor max 6 maanden per jaar mogen verhuren. Dat is in veel steden zo tegenwoordig. En wrs kiezen ze voor andere maanden. Volgens mij is maart ook springbreak en willen ze misschien geen verhuurders omdat er dan nogal eens wat gebeuren wil.

Wat heeft homeaway trouwens met airbnb van doen? Als je airbnb wilt gebruik dan gewoon hun eigen site. Doordat er veel te veel mensen her en der hun appartement/kamers of verhuren of zelfs gaan huisjesmelken en daar geen belasting over wordt betaald gaan steeds meer steden over om airbnb voor max 4 of 6 maanden toe te staan.

Het is vervelend als je denkt dat iets vastligt en het wordt geannuleerd, maar je niet druk maken en gewoon opzoek naar een nieuw appartement zou ik zeggen, Maart is nog ver weg.

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Re: Nieuwe regels kort verblijf Miami Beach

Bericht door Bushmaster » 11 dec 2018, 09:05

lokale wetgeving om oneerlijke concurrentie met Hotels tegen te gaan, Manhattan heeft dit ook
https://www.cnbc.com/2018/06/04/miami-b ... forms.html

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Re: Nieuwe regels kort verblijf Miami Beach

Bericht door heidem » 11 dec 2018, 10:07

Miami Beach kent volgens verschillende media de strengste regels van de VS voor short-term rentals. Verhuur voor een periode korter dan zes maanden en één dag mag alleen als aan een heleboel eisen wordt voldaan.

Ter illustratie de regels uit de Miami Beach Code:
Sec. 142-1111. - Short-term rental of apartment units or townhomes.

(a)  Limitations and prohibitions.
(1)  Unless a specific exemption applies below, the rental of apartment or townhome residential properties in districts zoned RM-1, RM-PRD, RM-PRD-2, RPS-1 and RPS-2, CD-1, RO, R0-3 or TH for periods of less than six months and one day.
(2)  Any advertising or-advertisement that promotes the occupancy or use of the residential property for the purpose of holding commercial parties, events, assemblies, gatherings, or the occupancy of a residence for less than six months and one day, as provided herein, or use of the residential premises in violation of this section.
"Advertising" or "advertisement" shall mean any form of communication for marketing or used to encourage, persuade, or manipulate viewers, readers or listeners for the purpose of promoting occupancy of a residential property for the purpose of holding commercial parties, events, assemblies, gatherings, or the occupancy of a residence for less than six months and one day, as provided herein, upon the premises, as may be viewed through various media, including, but not limited to, newspaper, magazines, flyers, handbills television commercial, radio advertisement, outdoor advertising, direct mail, blogs, websites or text messages.

(3)  None of the districts identified below shall be utilized as a hotel.
(b)  Previously existing short-term rentals in specified districts. For a period of six months after June 19, 2010, owners of certain properties located in the following districts shall be eligible to apply for approval of a certificate of use permitting short-term rental of apartment and townhome residential units for these properties under the requirements and provisions set forth below.
(1)  Eligibility: Properties within the RM-1 and TH zoning districts in the Flamingo Park and Espanola Way Historic Districts. Those properties that can demonstrate a current and consistent history of short-term renting, and that such short-term rentals are the primary source of income derived from that unit or building, as defined by the requirements listed below:
(A)  For apartment buildings of four or more units, or for four or more apartment units in one or more buildings under the same City of Miami Beach Resort Tax ("resort tax") account. In order to demonstrate current, consistent and predominant short-term renting, the property must comply with all of the following:
(i)  Have been registered with the city for the payment of resort tax and made resort tax payments as of March 10, 2010; and
(ii)  Have had resort tax taxable room revenue equal to at least 50 percent of total room revenue over the last two-year period covered by such payments; and
(iii)  Have been registered, with the State of Florida as a transient apartment or resort condominium pursuant to Chapter 509, Florida Statutes, as of March 10, 2010.
For properties containing more than one apartment building, eligibility may apply to an individual building satisfying subsections (b)(1)(A)(i)—(iii) above.

(B)  For apartment and townhouse buildings of three or less units, or for three or less apartment units in one or more buildings under the same state license. In order to demonstrate current, consistent and predominant short-term renting, the property must:
(i)  Have been registered with the State of Florida as a resort dwelling or resort condominium pursuant to Chapter 509, Florida Statutes, as of March 10, 2010.
(2)  Time periods for the districts identified in subsection (b)(1) to apply for short-term rental approvals.
(A)  Owners demonstrating compliance with subsection (b)(1) above, shall apply for a certificate of use permitting short-term rental as detailed in subsection 142-1111(f), within a time period of six months from June 19, 2010, or be deemed ineligible to proceed through the process specified herein for legalization of short-term rentals.
(B)  Within three months of June 19, 2010, eligible owners shall apply to obtain all necessary approvals to comply with the Florida Building Code, Florida Fire Prevention Code and with all other applicable life safety standards.
(C)  Compliance with the applicable requirements of the Florida Building Code and Florida Fire Prevention Code shall be demonstrated by October 1, 2011, or rights to engage in short-term rental under this section shall be subject to restrictions and/or limitations as directed by the building official and/or fire marshal. This subsection shall not prevent these officials from undertaking enforcement action prior to such date.
(D)  Applications under this section may be accepted until 60 days after April 11, 2012, upon determination to the planning director that a government licensing error prevented timely filing of the application.
(3)  Eligibility within the Collins Waterfront Local Historic District. Owners of property located in the Collins Waterfront Local Historic District shall be eligible to apply for approval of a certificate of use permitting short-term rental of apartment and townhome residential units under the requirements and provisions set forth below:
(A)  Only those properties located south of West 24th Terrace shall be eligible for short-term rentals.
(B)  Only buildings classified as "contributing" in the city's historic properties database shall be eligible for short-term rentals. The building and property shall be fully renovated and restored in accordance with the Secretary of the Interior Guidelines and Standards, as well as the certificate of appropriateness criteria in chapter 118, article X of these Land Development Regulations.
(C)  The property must have registered with the State of Florida as a transient or condominium pursuant to Chapter 509, Florida Statutes, as of the effective date of this ordinance.
(D)  The property must have registered with the city for the payment of resort tax and made resort tax payments as of as of the effective date of this ordinance.
(E)  Residential apartment units and townhomes, as defined in section 114-1, legally created pursuant to applicable law, may be rented under this section, not individual rooms or separate portions of apartment units or townhouses. A property owner of an apartment building, townhome or condominium must provide written notification to those long-term tenants (prospective or current tenants with leases of six months and one day or longer), providing affirmative notice that short-term rentals are expressly permitted throughout the building or at the premises.
(F)  Any property seeking to have short-term rental will need to demonstrate that there is on-site management, 24 hours per day, seven days a week.
(G)  The short-term rental use requires at least a seven-night reservation.
(4)  Time period to apply for short-term rental approvals for those properties located in the Collins Waterfront Architectural District.
(A)  Owners demonstrating compliance with subsection (b)(3), above, shall apply for a certificate of use permitting short-term rental as detailed in subsection 142-1111(e) within the time period of April 1, 2017 through September 30, 2017, or be deemed ineligible to proceed through the process specified herein for legalization of short-term rentals.
(B)  Within the application time period of this ordinance, eligible owners shall have obtained all the necessary approvals to comply with the Florida Building Code, Florida Fire Prevention Code and with all other applicable life safety standards.
(C)  Compliance with the applicable requirements of the Florida Building Code and Florida Fire Prevention Code, shall be demonstrated by the effective date of this ordinance, or rights to engage in short-term rental under this section shall be subject to restrictions and/or limitations as directed by the building official and/or fire marshal. This subsection shall not prevent the building or fire departments from undertaking enforcement action prior to such date.
(5)  In the event a building approved for short-term rentals in accordance with subsections (b)(3) and (4), above, is demolished or destroyed, for any reason, the future use of any new or future building on that property shall not be permitted to engage in short-term rentals, nor apply for short-term rental approval.
(c)  Regulations. For those properties eligible for short-term rental use as per (b) shall be permitted, provided that the following mandatory requirements are followed:
(1)  Approvals required: applications. Owners, lessees, or any person with interest in the property seeking to engage in short-term rental, must obtain a certificate of use permitting short-term rental under this section. The application for approval to engage in short-term rentals shall be on a form provided for that purpose, and contain the contact information for the person identified in subsection (3) below, identify the minimum lease term for which short-term rental approval is being requested, and such other items of required information as the planning director may determine. The application shall be accompanied by the letter or documents described in subsection (9) below, if applicable.
The application for a certificate of use permitting short-term rentals shall be accompanied by an application fee of $600.00.

(2)  Time period. All short-term rentals under this section must be pursuant to a binding written agreement, license or lease. Each such document shall contain, at a minimum: the beginning and ending dates of the lease term; and each lessee's contact information, as applicable. No unit may be rented more frequently than once every seven days.
(3)  Contact person. All rentals must be supervised by the owner, manager, or a local and licensed real estate broker or agent or other authorized agent licensed by the city, who must be available for contact on a 24-hour basis, seven days a week, and who must live on site or have a principal office or principal residence located within the districts identified in subsection (b). Each agreement, license, or lease, of scanned copy thereof, must be kept available throughout its lease term and for a period of one year thereafter, so that each such document and the information therein, is available to enforcement personnel. The name and phone number of a 24-hour contact shall be permanently posted on the exterior of the premises or structure or other accessible location, in a manner subject to the review and approval of the city manager or designee.
(4)  Entire unit. Only entire apartment units and townhomes, as defined in section 114-1, legally created pursuant to applicable law, may be rented under this section, not individual rooms or separate portions of apartment units or townhomes.
(5)  Rules and procedures. The city manager or designee may adopt administrative rules and procedures, including, but not limited to, application and permit fees, to assist in the uniform enforcement of this section.
(6)  Signs. No signs advertising the property for short-term rental are permitted on the exterior of the property or in the abutting right-of-way, or visible from the abutting public right-of-way.
(7)  Effect of violations on licensure. Approvals shall be issued for a one-year period, but shall not be issued or renewed, if violations on three or more separate days at the unit, or at another unit in any building owned by the same owner or managed by the same person or entity, of this section, issued to the short-term rental licensee were adjudicated either by failure to appeal from a notice of violation or a special master's determination of a violation, within the 12 months preceding the date of filing of the application.
(8)  Resort taxes. Owners are subject to resort taxes for rentals under this section, as required by city law.
(9)  Association rules. Where a condominium or other property owners' association has been created that includes the rental property, a letter from the association dated not more than 60 days before the filing of the application, stating the minimum rental period and the maximum number of rentals per year, as set forth under the association's governing documents, and confirming that short-term rentals as proposed by the owner's application under subsection (c)(1) above, are not prohibited by the association's governing documents, shall be submitted to the city as part of the application.
(10)  Variances. No variances may be granted from the requirements of this section.
(d)  Eligibility within North Beach. Properties that have buildings classified as "contributing" in the North Shore National Register Historic District and are zoned RM-1 may be eligible to apply for approval of a certificate of use permitting short-term rental of apartment and townhome residential units. Eligibility set forth herein, is limited to those properties fronting Harding Avenue, including buildings and properties located east of Harding Avenue and west of the alley, from the city line on the north, to 73rd Street on the south, and may be eligible for short-term rentals, provided, the following conditions, requirements, and provisions are satisfied:
(1)  Short-term rentals, for those buildings classified as "contributing" in the North Shore National Register Historic District, must be fully renovated and restored in accordance with the Secretary of the Interior Guidelines and Standards, as well as the certificate of appropriateness criteria in chapter 118, article X of these land development regulations, prior to the issuance of a business tax receipt permitting short-term rentals at the property.
(2)  Apartment buildings, townhomes or condominiums under the same City of Miami Beach Resort Tax ("resort tax") account must demonstrate current and consistent short-term renting, and the property must comply with all of the following:
(A)  Have registered with the city for the payment of resort tax, or made resort tax payments; and
(B)  Have registered with the State of Florida as a transient apartment or resort condominium pursuant to F.S. ch. 509.
(3)  Property owners demonstrating compliance with subsection (d) above, must apply for a certificate of use permitting short-term rental, or be deemed ineligible to proceed through the process specified herein for legalization of short-term rentals.
(4)  Eligible property owners must apply to obtain all necessary approvals to comply with the Florida Building Code, Florida Fire Prevention Code and with all other applicable life safety standards.
(5)  Compliance with the applicable requirements of the Florida Building Code and Florida Fire Prevention Code must be demonstrated proper to the issuance of the certificate of use, or rights to engage in short-term rental under this subsection shall be subject to restrictions and/or limitations as directed by the building official and/or fire marshal. This subsection shall not prevent these officials from undertaking enforcement action prior to such date.
(6)  The short-term rental use requires at least a seven-night reservation.
(7)  In the event a building approved for short-term rentals in accordance with this subsection, is demolished or destroyed, for any reason, the future use of any new or future building on that property shall not be permitted to engage in short-term rentals, nor apply for short-term rental approval.
(8)  Regulations. For those properties eligible for short-term rental use as per (d) may be permitted to engage in short-term rentals, provided that the following mandatory requirements are followed:
(A)  Approvals required: applications. Property owners seeking to engage in short-term rental, must obtain a certificate of use permitting short-term rental under this section. The application for approval to engage in short-term rentals shall be on a form provided for that purpose, and contain the contact information for the person identified below, identify the minimum lease term for which short-term rental approval is being requested, and such other items of required information, as the planning director may determine. The application shall be accompanied by the letter or documents described below, if applicable.
(B)  The application for a certificate of use permitting short-term rentals shall be accompanied by an application fee of $1,000.00.
(C)  Time period. All short-term rentals under this section must be pursuant to a binding written agreement, license or lease. Each such document shall contain, at a minimum: the beginning and ending dates of the lease term; and each lessee's contact information, as applicable. No unit may be rented more frequently than once every seven days.
(D)  Contact person. All rentals must be supervised by the owner, manager, or a local and licensed real estate broker or agent or other authorized agent licensed by the city, who must be available for contact on a 24-hour basis, seven days a week, and who must live on site or have a principal office or principal residence located within 500 feet of the property that is engaged in short-term rental pursuant to subsection (d). Each agreement, license, or lease, of scanned copy thereof, must be kept available throughout its lease term and for a period of one year thereafter, so that each such document and the information therein is available to enforcement personnel. The name and phone number of a 24-hour contact shall be permanently posted on the exterior of the premises or structure or other accessible location, in a manner subject to the review and approval of the city manager or designee.
(E)  Entire unit. Apartment units and townhomes, as defined in section 114-1, legally created pursuant to applicable law, may be rented under this section, not individual rooms or separate portions of apartment units or townhomes.
(F)  A property owner of an apartment building, townhome or condominium must provide written notification to those long-term tenants (prospective or current tenants with leases of six months and one day or longer), providing affirmative notice that short-term rentals are expressly permitted throughout the building or at the premises.
(G)  Rules and procedures. The city manager or designee may adopt administrative rules and procedures, including, but not limited to, application and permit fees, to assist in the uniform enforcement of this section.
(H)  Signs. No signs advertising the property for short-term rental are permitted on the exterior of the property or in the abutting right-of-way, or visible from the abutting public right-of-way.
(I)  Effect of violations on licensure. Approvals shall be issued for a one-year period, but shall not be issued or renewed, if violations on three or more separate days at the unit, or at another unit in any building owned by the same owner or managed by the same person or entity, of this section, issued to the short-term rental licensee were adjudicated either by failure to appeal from a notice of violation or a special master's determination of a violation, within the 12 months preceding the date of filing of the application.
(J)  Resort taxes. Property owners are subject to resort taxes for rentals under this section, as required by city law.
(K)  Association rules. Where a condominium or other property owners' association has been created that includes the rental property, a letter from the association dated not more than 60 days before the filing of the application, stating the minimum rental period and the maximum number of rentals per year, as set forth under the association's governing documents, and confirming that short-term rentals as proposed by the owner's application under subsection (d) above, are not prohibited by the association's governing documents, shall be submitted to the city as part of the application.
(L)  Variances. No variances will be granted from the requirements of this section.
(e)  Enforcement.
(1)  Violations of subsection 142-1111(a) shall be subject to the following fines. The special master shall not waive or reduce fines set forth herein.
A.  If the violation is the first violation: $20,000.00.
B.  If the violation is the second violation within the preceding 18 months: $40,000.00.
C.  If the violation is the third violation within the preceding 18 months: $60,000.00.
D.  If the violation is the fourth violation within the preceding 18 months: $80,000.00.
E.  If the violation is the fifth or greater violation within the preceding 18 months: $100,000.00, and the suspension or revocation of the certificate of use.
Fines for repeat violations by the same offender shall increase regardless of locations. The director of the code compliance department must remit a letter to the Miami-Dade Property Appraiser and the Miami-Dade Tax Collector, with a copy of the special master order adjudicating the violation, that notifies these governmental agencies that the single-family residential property was used for the transient rental or occupancy at the premises.

(2)  In addition to or in lieu of the foregoing, the city may seek an injunction by a court of competent jurisdiction to enforce compliance with or to prohibit the violation of this section.
(3)  Any code compliance officer may issue notices for violations of this section, with enforcement of subsection 142-1111(a) and alternative enforcement of subsection 142-1111(b) as provided in chapter 30 of this Code. Violations shall be issued to the owner, manager, real estate broker or agent, or authorized agent, or any other individual or entity that participates in or facilitates the violation of this section. In the event the record owner of the property is not present when the violation occurred or notice of violation issued, a copy of the violation shall be served by certified mail on the owner at its mailing address in the property appraiser's records and a courtesy notice to the contact person identified in subsection (c)(3) above.
(4)  The advertising or advertisement for the transient rental, occupancy or short-term rental of the apartment or townhouse residential property for the purpose of allowing a rental for a period of less than six months and one day at the apartment or townhouse residential premises is direct evidence that there is a violation of subsection 142-1111(a), which is admissible in any proceeding to enforce subsection 142-1111(a). The advertising or advertisement evidence raises rebuttable presumption that the residential property named in the notice of violation or any other report or as identified in the advertising or advertisement is direct evidence that the residential property was used in violation of section 142-1111(a).
(5)  Enhanced penalties. The following enhanced penalties must be imposed, in addition to any mandatory fines set forth in subsection 142-1111(d), above, for violations of subsection 142-1111(a):
A.  Enhanced penalties for violation of subsection 142-1111(a):
1.  The transient rental or occupancy must be immediately terminated, upon confirmation that a violation has occurred, by the Miami Beach Police Department and the Code Compliance Department.
2.  If the offense is a second offense within the preceding 18-month period of time, and the total square footage of all building(s), accessory building(s), dwelling(s), or structure(s) exceed 5,000 square feet, then the special master must impose an additional fine of $25,000.00.
3.  A certified copy of an order imposing the civil fines and penalties must be recorded in the public records, and thereafter shall constitute a lien upon any other real or personal property owned by the violator and it may be enforced in the same manner as a court judgment by the sheriffs of this state, including levy against the personal property, but shall not be deemed to be a court judgment except for enforcement purposes. The certified copy of an order must be immediately recorded in the public records, and the city may foreclose or otherwise execute upon the lien.

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Re: Nieuwe regels kort verblijf Miami Beach

Bericht door ADE01 » 11 dec 2018, 11:04

Je kunt ook kijken naar hotels? Die zijn er genoeg. Hoewel in Maart misschien niet vanwege spring break. Je zou ook iets hoger langs de kust kunnen kijken in bijvoorbeeld Fort Lauderdale.

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Bericht door roelb » 11 dec 2018, 15:27

Het grote gevaar van AirBNB en je hebt geen poot om op te staan. Nu heb je nog tijd om iets te regelen, maar er worden ook regelmatig dingen een dag van te voren, of op de dag zelf gecancelled, al dan niet door de host of door AirBNB. En dan mag je dat zelf oplossen.

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Re: Nieuwe regels kort verblijf Miami Beach

Bericht door diaan » 12 dec 2018, 00:31

Ik heb hier zelf ook n link met info. En er staat ook n plattegrondje op als je verder doorklikt. Waar het os verboden en waar niet. https://www.miamibeachfl.gov/business/v ... m-rentals/

Dat appartement bevind zich in rm3..wat niet Rood(verboden)is. Maar het adres/straatkant vh appartement ligt weer in rm1..verboden gebied. Dus snap er niet veel van zeg ik eerlijk.

Airbnb gaf me dat als antwoord om verder op andere platforms te kijken of t daar wel mogelijk was. Ik gaf als v.b homeaway. Omdat de host vh geanuleerde appartement het over zou zetten naar Homeaway. En wij daar wel het appartement konden boeken als alles rond is. Zij zouden andere regels hebben met de overheid? Maar wet is wet toch naar mijn idee..

Ja hotel is niet echt handig voor mij. Omdat ik n zoontje heb. Die zn eigen prakje altijd wilt hebben,dus er moet een keukentje in zitten..

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Re: Nieuwe regels kort verblijf Miami Beach

Bericht door Trails » 12 dec 2018, 07:46

Er zijn ook genoeg hotels met kitchenette op de kamer.
Gewoon even intypen op Google.
West USA: 1979, 1993, 2017, 2019
NYC: 1999, 2002, 2012, 2017
FL: 1986, 1992, 1997, 1998, 2008, 2010, 2012, 2014, 2016
Georgia: 2014, 2016
Arizona: 2017; CA-NV-UT-CO-AZ: 2017
Colorado, Wyoming & Utah: 2019

http://www.schoutenjanssen.nl

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Bericht door roelb » 12 dec 2018, 09:38

Suites on south beach,Metropole suites, Stardust south beach en royal hotel south beach zijn all-suite hotels met keuken. Maar waarom heb je een keuken nodig? Een microwave of waterkoker zijn toch prima om een flesje of potje op te warmen? Er is vrijwel geen hotel in de budget-klasse waar je geen magnetron op je kamer hebt. En de andere truc: koop een goedkope 110v waterkoker en je kunt overal alles opwarmen.

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Re: Nieuwe regels kort verblijf Miami Beach

Bericht door diaan » 12 dec 2018, 18:59

Dank je voor het doorgeven. Ik ga kijken. Nee n magnetron is niet genoeg. Het gaat niet om een flesje pf een potje. Het gaat om n gewoon prakje.. aardappelen en groenten... hij is moeilijk qua eten.

En een aparte slaapkamer voor die vriendin van mij is wel fijn. Mijn kleine kan vroeg wakker zijn..gaat dan spelen natuurlijk. Hoeft niet erg te zijn,maar 18 dgn achter elkaar is misschien irritant

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