Authorities in Osceola County, Florida, recently authorized the return of Vacation Homes short-term rental activity. The decision comes shortly after the announcement of the reopening of the Disney Springs complex and also Universal’s parks (June 5). The resumption of the practice of short-term rental in Orlando should follow some security measures.

Osceola County (Osceola County) is one of the 67 counties in Florida and is home to the city of Kissimmee, much sought after by tourists due to its many vacation home condos near Disney.

The news is very welcome, both for tourists and homeowners, since the Vacation Homes segment in Orlando moves about $ 30 million in the year. Buying homes in Orlando to earn rental income is considered one of the best investments in the world, according to Forbes Magazine.

Property managers must follow the guidelines of the Disease Control and Prevention Center (CDC). Tourists who come from regions with high infection rates must remain in quarantine for at least 14 days. In addition, there should also be an intensification of cleaning and disinfection of the houses, which must remain empty for a minimum period of 72 hours between one location and another. The condominiums geared to renting by season will need to obey a limit of occupancy of visitors, distance rules among others.

Orlando authorizes resumption of vacation rentals
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