BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has extended his executive orders prohibiting vacation rentals in the State of Florida. This includes VRBO and other online services that connect renters with owners.
The ban, which was set to expire in mid-April, is now extended until April 30th.
DeSantis signed the extension late Saturday.
“I hereby extend Executive Order 20-87 until April 30, 2020, unless extended by subsequent order” he wrote.
It is our understanding that while people can stay where they are if their in the midst of a rental, there can be no NEW rental agreements entered into. No one is allowed to travel to Florida to start a vacation rental. If you have one scheduled, you may not start the rental until after the executive order is lifted.
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