My question is specificly the City of Holly Hill regulations about room rentals of my house.They not approved my request for rental units of my 2400sq ft house with a doubble lot. But can I still rent out rooms?
State/Country relating to question: Florida
Applyed for rental unit licenses. Not approved. i should have a biger lot they say.
You can rent out rooms without their licenses of course, but otherwise, you could ask for a variance. They are probably worried about too many cars parked around the neighborhood if you rent too many rooms to people with cars.
That should not be difficult to get. You usually have to get your neighbors to agree to you rent a room or agree that there will be no more than a certain number of cars. Then go to a city council meeting and find out what you need to do to get the variance.
let me change this to a Q&Q
Q&A I mean
they dined my request for variance, they mot worried about cars, I have enough parking space, They just sad NO, thats why I want to Know the specific regulation In HOly Hill For room rentals
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I tried to find them in the city ordinance but it is HUGE so it might take a while to sort through it. Did they give you a written denial? if so, did they cite a specific code section? Like 78.xx?I'm going offline for a few hours. Sleep you know. If you can find me the code or ordinance section, I have the Holly Hill ordinances and I'll look it up for you. I'll check back in a few hours.dkennedy41125.3427482986
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