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多伦多哪些condo允许经营短租?

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TORONTO CONDOS THAT ALLOW SHORT-TERM RENTALS LIKE AIRBNB


说起现如今备受年轻人追捧的短期出租网站-爱彼迎(Airbnb),

现如今可谓无人不晓。如果还不知道爱彼迎(Airbnb),那您可就落伍了。

下面就是以“多伦多”为搜索条件, 在Airbnb主页上随机找到的一些房子,

装修和设施都不错,价格也不贵。

爱彼迎Airbnb由三个美国的年轻屌丝创立。
在十年内Airbnb成为全球最大的旅行房屋租赁平台,目前拥有300多万套房源,

服务范围遍及全球191个国家,估值300亿美元。

爱彼迎Airbnb的线上房产价格比传统酒店便宜不少,

而且各具特色,最重要的是比起高冷的酒店,爱彼迎Airbnb更加亲民温暖,

租赁灵活,给人有家的感觉。

起初,这个疯狂的想法只是源自于Brian Chesky,Joe Gebbia

和Nathan Blecharczyk这3个创始人一个不成熟的想法,

但现在,Airbnb已经打破了5000亿美元的酒店营业额,

其300亿美元的估值现在是希尔顿酒店集团的1.6倍,

完全颠覆了整个酒店行业。

但在创业之初,三位创始人穷困潦倒,Airbnb几近倒闭,创始人们刷爆了信用卡。

创始人兼CTO Blecharczyk 已打算散伙、跟老婆回到了波士顿,

另起炉灶养家糊口了。当时适逢美国大选,因为缺钱少粮,

剩下的俩创始人Gebbia,Chesky则靠印有总统竞选人的卖麦片勉强度日。

Chesky爆瘦了快20斤,他们仍然需要靠没有卖完的麦凯恩来度日,

牛奶对他们来说都是一件奢侈品。

终于有一天,这个打不死的小强遇到了硅谷的著名创新孵化器Y Combinator,

一点点从新开始起步,终于有了今天的商业奇迹。

介绍完了爱彼迎Airbnb的历史,

我们来盘点一下用爱彼迎Airbnb来做房产投资的注意事项。

首先, 准备在爱彼迎Airbnb上做房东,您得先知道客人都喜欢住在哪儿吧?

每个城市的旅游热点和景点各不相同,您可以在类似于国内携程网,

国外的Tripadvisor.com之类的旅游网站上了解一下您所在城市的旅游资源。

您也可以在通过Airbnb上的Things To Do

这个功能了解一下 www.airbnb.ca/things-to-do

您对每天上班路上经过的一些建筑可能对您无感,

但是有可能是非常吸引游客的一个必看景点,

这样的旅游景点周围的房产就比较适合投资做Airbnb。

另外,您要分析一些您所要吸引的目标人群是哪些?是前来旅游的观光客?

还是寻找远离城市喧嚣度假屋的本地客?再或者是前来出差,

参加展览或者国际会议的旅客?在这个阶段,做一些必要的功课是必不可少的。
谋定而后动,信息收集完毕就可以动手买房了。

其次,找到了合适的地段,您得知道这栋大楼能不能做短期出租吧?

因为隐私,安全和房东权益等问题,有些大楼明确规定不允许短期出租,

有些短租规定了最短期限为6个月,有些勉强允许短租但是不允许

短租客使用大楼的配套设施,例如:游泳池,桑拿室等。

您如果不事先做好功课,买到了不适合做Airbnb的大楼就只能做长期出租了。

一般来说,每个大楼的管理处都有一本规定,

里面详细描述了大楼是否欢迎短租和短租客需要遵守的规定等。

但是如何知道每个大楼的规定呢?

潜在的投资人肯定对如何获取这些大楼的规定摸不着门道,

如何多快好省的获取这个信息呢?就是先在Airbnb上地图

查询某一特定地段的公寓短租情况和数量,

在到地产局网站realtor.ca的地图上的相应地段找到在卖的房屋地址门牌号等。

同一栋大楼如果在Airbnb上查到的出租数量越多,

说明这个大楼对Airbnb是允许的,至少对短租的规定比较宽松。

如下图所示,771 Bay这个公寓在Airbnb上可以找到几套在出租,

但是旁边的386 Yonge这栋多伦多最高的大楼就不允许做Airbnb。

在386 Yonge楼的电梯上也看到了不允许做Airbnb的警示牌。

第三,您得有套适合做爱彼迎Airbnb投资的房吧?与一般的房产投资一样,
投资的地点,租售比,历史成交记录,大楼的交易频度,

大楼管理公司的管理能力,管理处的预算是否有亏空,

合同如何起草并且保护买家利益等等等等一系列问题都比较专业。

第四,如果想做Airbnb,那您要有时间或者精力去维护房屋,打扫卫生,

回复Airbnb上的客户咨询,按时去取送钥匙等。

从市场宣传,到口碑传播,社交网络上的信息推送等都得做,

要有一种做生意的心态去做Airbnb,才能把事情做好。

如果您嫌麻烦,市场上有这样的代理公司,可以帮助您管理短租物业。

您可以去google上搜一下。最后,提醒您别忘了购买合适的房屋保险。

1. NEPTUNE I&Ⅱ (地址:209-215 Fort York Blvd,Toronto)


2017年10月,airbnb宣布与多伦多Neptune Waterpark公寓签订协议,

试图以此规管短租问题,允许公寓住户出租主要住所,

业委会从中收取部分利润。这是加拿大第一个加入airbnb友好计划的公寓。

该协议于11月1日正式生效,

使得让公寓委员有更多选择来严格管理楼内的租赁秩序。

该公寓委员会副主席Nick Bednarz表示,

有许多人担心短租给公寓治安带来的隐患,

因为根本不知道自己住的楼里面住着谁。

这对业主和租客来说都是不好的体验。

但由于越来越多人喜欢短租,Bednarz不得不与Airbnb公司商讨解决办法,

最终双方达成了一个协议,其中的监管措施包括:

* 大厦保安人员将有权随时登陆Airbnb网站,查看业主与租客的名单
 * 租客必须在Airbnb以政府发布的有效身份证件进行登记
 * 当公寓委员会接到太多有关某租客的投诉时,

委员会有权要求Airbnb将该租客查封
 * Airbnb与委员会共同收取租金5%的利润
 * 增加私人公寓单元与公寓公共区域的物业保险
 * 如果租客需要使用公共区域设施,

业主每个月支付50元的管理费给管理委员会。

如果不允许租客使用公共区域,那么这笔费用就不必交

这个协议有助于消除公寓业委会对公寓安全的担忧,极具示范意义。

2. 300 Front Street West (地址:300 Front St W, Toronto 

和 20 John St, Toronto)

300 Front Street West位于Front街和John街的街角,
大楼允许Airbnb等短期租赁。短期客人对使用大楼附带设施有一些限制,
例如不能预订Party Room开派对,但是可以使用健身房和游泳池。
客人必须在前台登记,并通知大楼他们是短期客人。

3. Ice I & II (地址:12-14 York Street,Toronto)
Ice I & II 公寓都允许短期租赁,但是,对于租客保险有新的规定。
根据公寓董事会的规定,任何允许“短暂住宿”(短期停留不超过3个月)
的业主,必须获得5,000,000.00美元的商业保险。
短期客人还必须使用驾照或护照办理入住手续。
完整的细节请参阅大楼的规定。

4. Qwest (地址:168 Simcoe,Toronto)

Qwest公寓允许短期租赁,但确切的规则不清楚。客人必须在前台登记入住,
并禁止使用部分或全部的建筑设施。购房前最好仔细检查一下大楼规定,
但他们是允许短期出租的。

5. Maple Leaf Square (地址:55-56 Bremner,Toronto)

Maple Leaf Square允许短期出租,
但对客人使用建筑设施有点限制。
他们必须在前台登录,
并且只能访问他们租用的套间, 不可以使用的大楼设施。
另外,前台不会帮你拿钥匙。业主和短期承租人必须自行安排领取钥匙。

6. Charlie (地址:8 Charlotte Street,Toronto)

8 Charlie允许短期出租,客人可以前往前台登记入住。
但是前台不会帮你拿钥匙,
业主和短期承租人必须自行安排领取钥匙。
客人被禁止使用该大楼的设施。

7. Local at Fort York (地址:50 Bruyeres Mews,Toronto)

大楼对Airbnb等短期租赁没有任何限制。
短期客人可以像正规租户一样享受建筑设施。
建议业主向前台通知任何短期出租情况,
以便前台工作人员可以提供各种帮助。
另外,前台不会帮你拿钥匙。业主和短期承租人必须自行安排领取钥匙。

8. Reve Condos (地址:560 Front Street W,Toronto)

大楼靠近Bathurst街和多伦多市中心,对Airbnb等短期租赁没有任何限制。
公寓委员会规定了公寓单元租赁规则,并且尊重业主对于家庭成员之间
共享公寓单元和Airbnb式服务的生活方式的选择。为了使短期出租顺利进行,
物业管理部门创建了一份短期租赁登记表,提交给管理办公室,
包括套房信息,业主信息,停留时间以及客人联系方式。
租客入住之前要提前登记。
登记之后,短期租客将受到与长期租客同样的尊重和待遇。

The city of Toronto is set to roll out new legislation

to regulate how short-term rentals like Airbnb can operate.

At September's Word on the Street festival , the Toronto Star

held a panel discussion about Toronto real estate.

Panelists, Edward Keenan, Tess Kalinowski,

and David Rider explained the need for

new short-term rental regulation.

A significant portion of Toronto’s available rental housing

comes from private home owners listing their units,

making short-term rentals both lucrative and problematic.

While the new legislation is likely to allow short-term

rentals to continue in Toronto, homeowners will have to

prove that the apartment or house is their primary residence. 
The city wants to reduce the number of units that may be sitting 
empty as a short-term rental property instead of being listed 
as a long-term rental residence.

That being said, condo buildings will still be controlled

by their condo boards. That means some buildings might

rule against allowing short-term rentals outright,

while other buildings might allow it. It’s also important

to remember condo rules regarding short-term rentals might

change in the long-term.

To help clear up the question of who allows short-term

rentals and who doesn’t, we have compiled a list of

known Toronto condos that ALLOW short-term rentals

like Airbnb. This is not a complete list.

These are the buildings we know of currently.
Condo buildings that allow short-term rentals

in Toronto*

300 Front Street West (300 Front St W & 20 John St)


300 Front Street West condo building

300 Front Street West condo building


300 Front Street West at the corner of Front and John allows

short-term rentals such as Airbnb. Short-term guests have

restricted access to building amenities.

They can use the gym and the pool,

but they cannot book any of the extra rooms,

such as the party room. Guests must sign in

at the front desk and notify the building that

they are a short-term guest.


Ice I & II (12-14 York Street)


Ice & Ice II condo buildings

Ice & Ice II condo buildings


Ice I & II both allow short term rentals, however,

there are new rules in place regarding insurance.

According to the condo board’s rules,

any owner who allows “transient residential accommodation”

(short term stays of less than 3 consecutive months),

must obtain a commercial insurance policy of $5,000,000.00.

Short-term guests must also check in with a driver’s

license or passport. Refer to actual rules

for complete details, but they do allow short term rentals.

Qwest (168 Simcoe)


Qwest condo building

Qwest condo building


Qwest Condos allows short term rentals, but the exact rules

were a bit unclear. Apparently, the rules depend

on the situation, whatever that means.

Guests must sign in at the front desk,

and they are restricted from using some or all

of the building amenities.

Best to double check the details on this one,

but they are allowed.

Maple Leaf Square (55-56 Bremner)


Maple Leaf Square condo building

Maple Leaf Square condo building

Maple Leaf Square is ready to go for short-term rentals,

but it’s a bit restrictive for guests.

They must sign in at the front desk,

and they have access only to the suite they are renting.

No use of amenities. Also, the front desk will not hold your

keys. The owner and the short-term renter must

arrange key pick-up and drop-off on their own.

Charlie (8 Charlotte Street)


Charlie condo building

Charlie condo building

Charlie currently allows short-term rentals,

but we’ve been informed that the policy will be changing

in the next 6 months. For now, guests can come

and go without signing in at the front desk.

The reception desk, however, will not hold your keys,

and guests are restricted from using the building’s amenities.

Hosts and guests will have to arrange to exchange the keys

separately.

Local at Fort York (50 Bruyeres Mews)


Local at Fort York condos allows short term rentals

Local at Fort York condos allows short term rentals

 

The Local at Fort York has no restrictions against

short-term rentals like Airbnb. Short-term guests are

treated like regular tenants with full access to building

amenities. The condo board has issued noise complaints

to certain hosts in the past, but there has been no move

to ban short-term rentals outright. It’s a matter of respect.

Owners are allowed to rent out their units on a daily basis,

but it’s much appreciated that their guests are respectful

of the building. It’s encouraged to inform the concierge

of any short-term rental situations so that the concierge

can help if there is a problem with the job, etc.

Key pick-up and drop-off must be arranged separately

between the host and guest.

Reve Condos (560 Front Street W)

Short-term rentals at Reve Condos in Downtown Toronto

Short-term rentals at Reve Condos in Downtown Toronto

Reve Condos near Bathurst and Front in downtown Toronto

is a short-term rental friendly building. The condo board

has decided on unit leasing rules that recognize

the life-style choices of home-sharing and Airbnb

style services. To make those options run smoothly,

the Property Management has created a short-term rental

registration form to be submitted to the management office,

including suite information, owner information,

length of stay, and contact details for the guest.

After that, guests are treated (and are expected to respect

the building) the same as regular tenants.

Water club I (8 York Street)

Waterclub I short term rental

Water club I short term rental

For short-term rentals in the Waterfront neighborhood,

Waterclub is a building worth checking out.

The building amenities include a pool, gym, sauna,

and a parking garage. You’ll want to double-check

with your host on the details of using the amenities;

otherwise, you’re good to go!

Parade I & II – CityPlace (15 & 21 Iceboat Terrace)


Parade CityPlace short term rental

Parade CityPlace short term rental

The parade I & II in CityPlace downtown are excellent

choices for a short-term stay in Toronto.

Well connected near Spadina and Front,

these Toronto condos even have a wifi-enabled space called

the Party Zone

Aquarius at Waterpark City (219 Fort York Boulevard)


Aquarius at Waterpark City short term rentals

Aquarius at Waterpark City short term rentals


With 490 units in this building, chances are you’ll

be able to find a variety of short-term accommodations

at Aquarius at Waterpark City in the Fort York neighborhood.

A smart choice for a summer stay in Toronto,

you’re within walking distance to the tree-filled Coronation

Park across Lake Shore Boulevard, as well as Ontario Place

with the Budweiser Stage and the Cinesphere.

The Verve (120 Homewood Avenue)


The Verve short term rentals

The Verve short term rentals


The Verve is a great choice for a short-term stay

in Toronto to seize the most out of downtown Toronto.

Seated near Wellesley and Jarvis in the St. James Town

neighborhood, this building has a 95% Walk Score and a 93%

Transit Score.

Harbour View Estates II (35 Mariner Terrace)


Harbour View Estates II short term rentals

Harbour View Estates II short term rentals


Located on the east side of Spadina Avenue in CityPlace,

Harbour View Estates II is a top choice

for a short-term rental in Toronto if you’re hoping

to catch a baseball game or concert at the Rogers Centre

or hoping to hit up top tourist attractions

like the CN Tower or Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada.

Quartz | Spectra (75-85 Queens Wharf Road)


Quartz Spectra CityPlace short term rentals

Quartz Spectra CityPlace short term rentals

Another CityPlace locale, Quartz |

Spectra is between Bathurst and Spadina,

nearby many Toronto attractions,

but far enough from the noise that you’re likely

to get a quiet sleep at the end of the night.

Plus, a short-term stay may entitle you to access the Prisma

Club, a three-story resort-inspired amenities center

with a swimming pool and film-screen rooms.

Studio on Richmond (199 Richmond Street West)


Studio on Richmond short term rentals

Studio on Richmond short term rentals


Getting away from the big tourist attractions CityPlace

and the Core, but staying within the thrills of downtown,

Studio on Richmond is found in the Entertainment District

of Queen West. For a fun short-term stay in Toronto filled

with good eats, late-night bar-hopping,

and interesting entertainment venues, this is a solid option.

Changes coming to short-term rentals in Toronto
It's very important to note that many condo boards

are deciding to limit or remove short-term rentals

from their buildings. This list will update

as we learn of more buildings that allow short-term rentals,

or if we learn that the above buildings have changed their

condo board rules to ban Airbnb.

Help us complete this list

If you know a building that allows short term rentals,

or if you see an error on this list,

please help us keep this info accurate.

Contact us at [email protected] with the subject line

Short-term rental building. Thanks!
*This information on Toronto condos that allow short-term 
rentals was 

last updated on March 14, 2019. It may not reflect current 
Condo Board rules for these buildings.

David Zhu(647) 202-8676
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