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Short term rental restrictions in seabreeze

Discussion in 'Real Estate' started by tsutcli, Oct 14, 2014.

  1. tsutcli

    tsutcli Beach Fanatic

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    Just a notification to realtors and rental agents that Seabreeze Community has amended their C&R's to restrict short-term rentals. Only rentals 6 months or more are now allowed. Walton County Public Records, Book 2960, Page 4298 for reference.
     
  2. deasnealy

    deasnealy Beach Lover

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    My mind is not working well this am. Where is Seabreeze?
     
  3. tsutcli

    tsutcli Beach Fanatic

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    East of Camp Creek Lake on North side of 30a. HOA Community of about 93 homes in two phases. Phase 1 comprises Seabreeze Court (west side of sub). Phase 2 comprises Seabreeze Circle. There is a phase 3, Seabreeze Boulevard, but is not part of the HOA. More than you asked for but hope it may answer some other questions that may arise. Trying to get word out to realtors etc. so that buyers can be made aware before they buy.
     
  4. deasnealy

    deasnealy Beach Lover

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    Thank you. Great info
     
  5. Matt J

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    No offense, I applaud your choice to make a more livable community, but I believe a 6 month rental is still subject to bed tax.
     
  6. tsutcli

    tsutcli Beach Fanatic

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    That may be but that is the owners responsibility to know the law. My intention in posting was to get the word out to realtors, who may have an investor as a client and not be aware of this change, and rental companies. Many of which read this blog. Ref: book# 2960, page# 4299.
     
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