Working to preserve Hawaii’s residential homes, communities and quality of life.
Hawai’i law requires that all home rentals in areas zoned as RESIDENTIAL must be a minimum of 30 days. This includes those paying a Transient Accommodation Tax (TAT). See why it is illegal and more via the links in the Menu.
FINES: $1,000.00 for initial violation, then $1,000 per day. It can also lead to a lien on the property.
“Transient rentals (less than 30 days) of lodging that are not in areas zoned for resort use are prohibited under the Land Use Ordinance (LUO) No.86-96. New Bed & Breakfast homes are prohibited in ALL zoning districts under Ordinance No.89-154 (in effect as of Dec 1989).” –CITY & COUNTY OF HONOLULU DEPT OF PERMITTING AND PLANNING
Thank you for making legal and socially responsible choices when visiting or living in Hawai’i! Mahalo!
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