Short Term Rental Guidelines
Cordillera Property Owners Association (CPOA) contracts with Host Compliance LLC to provide monthly reports and live web-delivered dashboard with complete address information and screenshots of all identifiable short-term rentals (STRs) in the boundaries of Cordillera including:
- Up-to-date list of jurisdictions’ active STR listings.
- High resolution screenshots of all active listings (captured weekly).
- Full address and contact information for all identifiable STRs in jurisdiction.
- All available listing and contact information for non-identifiable STRs in jurisdiction.
Leasing. Any Owner has the right to lease or allow occupancy of a Unit upon such terms and conditions the Owner deems advisable, subject to restrictions of this Declaration, any other restrictions of record. All leases will provide that the lessee and all occupants of the leased Unit will be bound by the terms of the Governing Documents.
Any terms and conditions listed by a property owner regarding your property on VRBO or any other site include, at a minimum, must include the following provisions:
- Guest Occupant Responsibility for Compliance. Each occupant of a leased Unit shall comply with all provisions of Cordillera’s Governing Documents. In the event of a violation of the Governing Documents, the occupant of the leased Unit and the Owner may be subject to enforcement action by CPOA. (CCRs, Section 8.1).
- Maintenance and Repair of Common Areas. If CPOA determines that the need for maintenance or repair of the Common Areas (such as the Athletic Center at Cordillera, the Trailhead Clubhouse & Pool Complex, the Short Course, and the Cordillera Café) is caused through the willful or negligent act of any occupant of a leased Unit, then CPOA may assess the cost of the maintenance, repair, or replacement against the Owner’s or resident’s Unit, which also will become the Owner’s personal obligation, a lien against the Unit, and will be collected as provided in this Declaration for the collection of assessments. (CCRs, Section 7.2).
- Use of Units. Each Unit will be used for residential purposes only. No trade or business of any kind may be conducted in or from any Unit or any part of the Community, except that the Owner or occupant leasing the Unit may conduct ancillary business activities within the Unit so long as certain conditions set forth in the CCRs are met, including but not limited to the following:
- the business activity is not apparent or detectable by sight, sound, or smell from outside the Unit;
- the activity does not involve visitation of the Unit by employees, clients, customers, suppliers or other business invitees in greater volume than would normally be expected for guest visitation to a residential Unit without business activity;
- the activity does not increase traffic in the Community in excess of what would normally be expected for residential Units in the Community without business activity (other than by a reasonable number of deliveries by couriers, express mail carriers, parcel delivery services and other similar delivery services); and
- the activity is consistent with the Community’s residential character and does not constitute a nuisance or a hazardous or offensive use, or threaten the security or safety of other residents, as determined by CPOA. (CCRs, Section 8.2).
- Prohibition of Nuisance. Occupants of a leased Unit may not conduct activities within a Unit or use a Unit in a manner that unreasonably interferes with or causes unreasonable disruption to the use and quiet enjoyment of another Unit by its respective Owner or resident. The CCRs includes a non-exhaustive list of “specific unauthorized and unreasonable annoyances or disturbances” such as:
- raucous behavior or insobriety either outside of a Unit at any time or within a Unit if the conduct can be heard;
- the use of any alarm, equipment, or device, mechanical or otherwise, which creates or produces excessively loud sounds or any vibrations either outside a Unit at any time or within a Unit if such sounds can be heard or vibrations felt;
- excessively loud activities either outside a Unit at any time or within a Unit if the conduct can be heard; and
- using or allowing the use of the Unit or the Common Areas (including, but not limited to, the Athletic Center at Cordillera, the Trailhead Clubhouse & Pool Complex, the Short Course, the Cordillera Café, and any other amenities CPOA acquires in the future) in any manner which creates noise between the hours of 10:00 p.m. and 8:00 a.m. which can be heard by persons in another Unit that will, in the Board’s reasonable discretion, unreasonably interfere with the rights, comfort or convenience of any other Owner, members of his family, guests, or residents, unless the Owner has obtained prior written Association approval for an event. (CCRs, Section 8.8).
- Vehicles and Parking. Parking associated with leased Units is limited to spaces developed for or assigned to the Unit. Parking on the street in Cordillera is not allowed. Parking of recreational vehicles, boats or other watercraft, stored vehicles or inoperable vehicles must be kept in enclosed garages. (CCRs, Section 8.11).