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Amsterdam regulates short term private rentals

The Dutch capital has established several conditions for renters of private apartments for short terms, such as the payment of a tourism tax.

Amsterdam has implemented a new regulation concerning short-term private rentals. The Dutch capital thus makes this rental strategy possible under several conditions: renters must be the primary occupants of the accommodations, they must pay a tourist tax, may rent their residence for only two months to a maximum of four people, to avoid inconveniencing permanent residents and neighbors.

Short term rentals between individuals is a recurring subject for the tourism industry today as this practice is little or not at all regulated, presents legal issues and disloyal competition to sector professionals. Berlin, for example, recently decided to totally forbid it and has adopted a 50,000 euro fine.

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