Important Update 2022: Short-term vacation rental ordinances and regulations in Summit County townships and unincorporated Summit County are changing. Many communities within the county, including the unincorporated Summit County, are imposing STR moratoriums or restrictions. Contact us or review the links below to the town and county government sites for the most current updates.
Keeping up with changing STR ordinances and regulations can be time consuming and confusing! Let us help you navigate these regulations.
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Many investors consider Summit County luxury rental properties because of its strong short-term vacation rental market. When searching for a home or condo that would be suitable as a short-term vacation rental, it’s crucial to know the licensing, regulations (permits, fees, taxes, occupancy limits, etc…) and guidelines for each towns in Summit County. In addition, it’s important to consider any HOA and/or subdivision restrictions (some of which prohibit short-term rentals altogether).
Feeling overwhelmed? Contact us and we can do the heavy lifting for you by researching properties and providing you with up-to-date information* about the short-term vacation rental market, finding a Summit Colorado vacation rental management company, or helping you find a suitable investment that meets your budget and needs.
Covering Keystone, Copper Mountain and unincorporated areas of Summit County including parts of Silverthorne, Wildernest.
Use the Summit County GIS Parcel Query Tool to find out what jurisdiction a property is in.
It can be challenging to keep up with the ever changing rules and regulations for each community, as each is governed by its own Homeowner’s Association (HOA) and official governing documents. Some HOAs allow short term rentals in some filings, but not others such as in specific deed-restricted properties. Most deed restricted neighborhoods (which allocate most properties to the local workforce, individuals working 30 or more hours per week in Summit County) disallow short-term rentals as well.
Breckenridge: Farmers Grove, Highland Meadows, Juniata Subdivision, Kenington Place Townhomes, Kingdom Park Townhomes, Powder Downs Townhomes
Dillon: Glen Cove Townhomes, Soda Creek Condos, Whispering Pines Ranch, Soda Creek at Lake Dillon PUD
Frisco: Cobblestone Condos
Silverthorne: Snowbird Condos, Hideaway Townhouses and Spyglass at Wildernest
For Grand County short-term rental regulations or Lake County short-term rental regulations information, please contact us.
*This website and the Realtors at Perfect Mountain Home, LLC make every effort to provide up-to-date and accurate information to buyer and sellers, however short-term rental laws, regulations, and guidelines are subject to change. Buyers should verify with the appropriate subdivisions, Homeowners’ Association, town, and/or county for conclusive rules and regulations regarding short-term rentals at a property of interest prior to purchase.