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CEOMC Protected Associations From Short Term Rentals

FLORIDA POLITICS – Proposed regulatory uniformity for short-term rental platforms is ready for the House floor after Thursday’s Commerce Committee. Despite robust protest from local officials and others at committee stops for Rep. Jason Fischer‘s bill (HB...

CEOMC Opposed 2019 Short Term Rental Bill

SOUTH FLORIDA SUN SENTINEL – Florida is home to the largest number of residents living in a community association. Some 10 million homeowners live in neighborhoods with community associations and are protected by time-honored, deed restrictions adopted by a majority...

CEOMC Defeated Short Term Rental Bill

Source: https://www.thecentersquare.com/florida/ By John Haughey | Watchdog.org Apr 14, 2019 Proposals to pre-empt local regulations with state oversight of Florida’s $31 billion short-term vacation rental industry are unlikely to advance this session with measures in...

CEOMC Defeated Increased Fees and Punitive Fines on CAM’s

In 2016, CEOMC defeated legislation (House Bill 1375/Senate Bill 1122) that would have: Imposed a new fee of $2 on every home within a Homeowner Association (HOA) in Florida to pay for costly, unnecessary state regulation of HOA’s. For many Associations, this would...

CEOMC Defeated Unnecessary Regulation and Increased Costs

In 2016, CEOMC led efforts to defeat anti-homeowner, anti-Association legislation (House Bill’s 1357, 1405) that would have: Removed historic legal rights for Associations and CAM’s to collect unpaid assessments, forcing homeowners to subsidize delinquent debtors....