Short rentals in Paris, laws
What is new about short-term rentals in Paris? Which are the rules that the law applies? How to book short-term rental accommodation from abroad?
Staying in a short rentals apartment gives you the chance to live in Paris like a local. But how to be sure to book the right one?
Here is the most important news about renting a house in Paris.
Since last September, those who want to put a property for rent in Paris for the short or medium terms must extricate themselves from new laws and rules.
There is much news about short rentals in Paris. First of all, there’s a difference between short rentals (from 1 night to 9/12 months) and medium terms such as a 3-year contract.
The old law of 1989 was less detailed on the subject but, considering various abuses as well as the explosion of the Airbnb phenomenon, the Government must regulate every type of rental.
A house for rent in Paris
How to rent a house in Paris from abroad safely?
The municipality of Paris has recently established an obligation for owners to obtain a number to be compulsorily included in the advertisements and on the contract as proof that the rental is officially authorized.
Does this also apply if you want to rent an apartment for a longer period, for example for 6 months? Yes, these rules apply to apartments offered for rent from 1 night to 11 months.
The purpose of the law is to limit short-term rentals in order to increase the number of long-term rental apartments and thus allow more people to find a home in Paris at fair prices.
But what if you want to rent your Parisian apartment for short stays?
If the apartment you want to put for rent is your main residence, you can rent it for a maximum of 120 days, and you must always have the authorization of the Mairie.