Nashville Short Term Rental Regulations

Short-term rentals are currently legal in Nashville.

All STRP occupants shall abide by all applicable noise restrictions contained in the Metropolitan Code and all applicable waste management provisions of the Metropolitan Code. The permit holder is responsible for the activity of STRP guests. The maximum number of occupants permitted on a STRP property at any one time shall not exceed more than twice the number of permitted sleeping rooms plus four (maximum of 12). The principal renter of a STRP unit shall be at least 21 years of age. The name and telephone number of the local responsible party shall be conspicuously posted within the STRP unit. The responsible party shall answer calls twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week for the duration of each short term rental period to address problems associated with the STRP.

Nashville is home to one of the strongest short-term rental alliances, NASTRA. They're run by Megan McCrae - she can be reached at mmccrea109@gmail.com.

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