Vacation Rental ban continues in phase one of Florida’s reopening plan

Governor Ron DeSantis signed Executive Order 20-112, extending the suspension of all vacation rentals in the State of Florida during phase 1 of the state’s reopening plan.

This means no new check-ins are allowed until further notice.

There are a few exceptions where guests would still be allowed to check in:

  • Long Stays : Rentals for more than 30 days
  • Covid Relief Workers : Rentals to persons performing military, emergency, governmental, health or infrastructure response activities
  • Business Travelers: Travelers engaged in non-vacation commercial activities

The statewide ban on vacation rentals will continue in phase one of Gov. Ron DeSantis‘ plan to reopen Florida.

For more than a month, guests have been unable to schedule vacation rentals through services like Airbnb or HomeAway. And with phase one, starting Monday, that won’t change — at least for another two weeks.

Earlier this month, DeSantis extended the vacation rental ban until Thursday. On Wednesday, the Governor issued a carryover order (Executive Order 20-111) that extends the ban until phase one begins on Monday, and another, 20-112, that carries the order through phase one.

The original order, issued March 27, (Executive Order 20-87) suspended vacation rentals in homes and condominiums. It did not apply to hotels, inns and resorts, and it did not apply to long-term rentals.

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If you had a booking schedule to check in until 05/18/2020 and need to reschedule , please contact us at guest portal messages and we will be more than happy to change reservation for a future stay.

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