I see a lot of the newer larger condo buildings/complexes have strict HOA's that disallow short-term rentals or airbnb. Occasionally, I come across a listing for a condo where it says it's ok.
What condo complexes allow AirBnB or short-term rentals? My goal is a second vacation-home in Seattle near downtown where we can easily Uber/walk, whereas the majority of the time it'll be Airbnb to pay down the mortgage. Less interested in cash flow (but not NEGATIVE cashflow), more interested in location and having visitors/tenants pay down the mortgage.
Elektra, Newmark Tower, Belltown Court, Wallingford45
@Shiv Jey - the best way to know is to read the CC&Rs for the complex that you're interested in. Sounds like @Adrian Chu knows a few, and you can expand your search by requesting the CC&Rs thru your agent. Ideally getting a copy before you make an offer, but you could make an offer with a neighborhood review contingency to protect your earnest money. Work with an investor-friendly agent and they should be able to get these answers for you. If they work a lot in the areas that you prefer, they will also know many of the buildings and their rules too.
Shiv - I worked on a transaction within the past yr in this project and there were several units AIRBNBing ....SEABOARD BUILDING CONDOMINIUM 1500 4TH AVE SEATTLE, WA 98101
Matt Goyer from Urban Living provide a list back in 2017 so it would be a good idea to check (read CC&R or call the association) to verify since the article date back in 2017.