Santa Fe County puts some caps on short-term rentals – Santa Fe New Mexican

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Santa Fe County commissioners on Tuesday established caps on some short-term rental properties as they voted 4-1 in favor of an ordinance over a year in the making.

The new regulations do not limit the numbers of vacation rentals on properties where the owner lives but will restrict the number of non-owner-occupied rentals in 35 communities across the county.

The limits — set at either 3% or 7% of the housing available in a community, based on existing short-term rentals and the community’s character — will allow the number to at least double in most places.

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