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Seattle Condo Buildings that Allow Nightly Rentals – Airbnb, VRBO

By July 27, 2015

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Thinking of Airbnb’ing/VRBO’ing/Vacasing out your condo?

Most buildings prohibit it, either explicitly or implicitly because the owners don’t want their condo to turn into a hotel. However, there are a few buildings that we’re aware of that don’t dis-allow it:

  • Austin Bell – 2324 1st Ave ($350 fee, copy of lease required)
  • Belltown Court – 2415 2nd Ave
  • Elliot Bay – 524 6th Ave West
  • Elektra – 1400 Hubbell Place (three night minimum)
  • Fifth Avenue Court – 2132 5th Ave
  • Montreaux – 425 Vine St ($50 fee, background check required)
  • Newmark Tower – 1415 2nd Ave ($50 fee, background check required, minimum 7 days)
  • Pike Lofts – 303 E Pike
  • Seaboard – 1500 4th Ave
  • Waterfront Landings – 1950 Alaskan Way ($100 fee, background check required)

Note that many of those buildings are less than 60% owner occupied which means that many lenders won’t give you a mortgage to invest in them as a landlord so you will likely need to pay cash.

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