How To Know if a Condo is Short-Term Rentable on Maui

Short-term rental regulations on Maui can be complex, and they can vary depending on the specific location of the condominium and the local laws and regulations. Here are a few steps you can take to determine whether a condominium is allowed to be rented on a short-term basis on Maui:

  1. Check the zoning laws: The first step is to check the zoning laws in the area where the condominium is located. The county of Maui has specific zoning laws that govern short-term rental use. You can check the Maui County Code online to see the specific zoning laws for the area where the condo is located.
  2. Check the condominium’s governing documents: The condominium association may have rules or regulations that prohibit or restrict short-term rentals. You can review the condo’s governing documents, including the condo’s Bylaws, to see if there are any restrictions on short-term rentals.
  3. Check with the County of Maui: The County of Maui has a website where you can check whether a property has a valid transient vacation rental (TVR) permit. If a condominium is allowed to be rented on a short-term basis, it will need to have a valid TVR permit.
  4. Check with a local real estate professional: A good, local realtor or property manager can provide guidance on short-term rental regulations and whether a specific condominium is allowed to be rented on a short-term basis.

It is important to note that short-term rental regulations can change, so it is a good idea to stay up to date on any changes to the laws and regulations governing short-term rentals on Maui.

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