A short-term rental can be an entire home, or a room within that home, that is rented for less than 30 consecutive days at a time.
A short-term rental can only be operated from your principal residence – the home where you live, as an owner or tenant, and use for bills, identification, taxes, and insurance.
Short-term rentals are only permitted in secondary homes or basements suites if the operator lives there full time.
All short-term rental operators must have a valid business licence and include it in all online listings and advertisements.
Your strata bylaws or landlord must permit the use of short-term rentals in your home before you apply for a licence.
Non-compliance may result in fines of up to $1,000 per offence.
Effective September 1, 2018, all short-term rental operators in Vancouver must have a business licence and include their licence number in all online listings and advertising, or they may be subject to fines up to $1,000 per offence.
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Short-term rentals are only permitted in secondary homes or basements suites if the operator lives there full time. — City of Vancouver/@CityofVancouver