What is a Primary Residence?

A primary residence is defined as a dwelling unit that is the place in which a person’s habitation is fixed for the term of a temporary short-term rental license and is the person’s usual place of return. A person can have only one primary residence.

When applying for a Temporary STR License, proof of primary residence is required, including:

  1. Driver's license or other government issued identification
  2. AND at least two of the following:
  • Proof of voter registration
  • Valid motor vehicle registration
  • Federal or state tax return

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1. Can I Short-Term Rent my Property?
2. I have a VHR Permit. Do I need a STR License?
3. What properties are eligible for a STR License?
4. What are the different types of Short-Term Rentals?
5. What is a Primary Residence?
6. Do STR Licenses transfer with the sale of property?
7. Does Legal Nonconforming Registration transfer with the sale of property?