Airbnb affidavit in denver


I’ve run an Airbnb for the last two plus years. I recently had to reapply and was denied. The Airbnb is the address on my drivers license, the utility bill is in my name, and it is the second of two properties adjacent to each other. It is listed as my primary residence.

I had a few questions on the affidavit in regards to my situation and I am wondering what additional options might be available.

Any help you can provide would be appreciated.

Best regards,
Daniel cheery

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Asked on March 26, 2020 7:30 am
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I can't speak for other attorneys, but based on recent conversations with clients and potential clients, it appears that licensing authorities are taking a harder look at whether or not the subject property is legitimately the licensee's primary residence. The underlying policy consideration is that, if the property is actually someone's home, they will be less likely to tolerate wild parties, noise, trash, etc. Accordingly, while driver's licenses, utility bills, subscriptions, etc., remain good evidence of "primary" residency, they may not be enough to carry the day. We've even seen circumstances where licensing authorities have independently searched online databases, etc., to see if the licensee/applicant has represented other, primary residence(s). So, the more proof you have that the property is actually your primary residence, the better your chances of receiving a license.

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