Short Term Rental Compliance &
TOT Services
Mammoth Lakes

Local Compliance

To run a legal Airbnb in Mammoth Lakes, complying with local terms and regulations is necessary. Different states, counties, and cities, or better said, your jurisdiction, have various rules, and what works for someone else in an entirely different jurisdiction may not be the case with you.

Tax Assistance

Taxes are one of the burning questions about owning a rental property in Mammoth Lakes. Often, our clients get confused with different rules and regulations regarding this vital aspect of their business, and it’s no wonder since, in some jurisdictions, Airbnb taxes are collected automatically. In contrast, in others, the owner needs to collect them.

Housing Standards

We understand how hard it can get to keep up with all these regulation and compliance requirements, so we’re here to remind you and assist you every step of the way. Like any other jurisdiction, Mammoth Lakes has specific standards regarding the structure, design, and maintenance requirements for your Airbnb home, apartment, or condo.

Transient Occupancy Tax (TOT)

TOT, which is short for the Transient Occupancy Tax, is also known as the “bed tax,” It is one of the most important aspects of an Airbnb short term rentals business. You can rely on our experts to complete all the paperwork regarding TOT compliance, guide you through the process, and find the best ways to complete the necessary payments timely.

We'll Help you become nightly-rental compliant

When are you sign up with us for a Nightly Rental Property Management, We’ll help you become TOT Compliant for per Mammoth Lakes requirements. Complying with all the local legal vacation rental rules and regulations is the foundation of a successful business. At the end of the day, if you don’t meet all the local legal Short Term Rental requirements, all the other aspects of your business you’re trying so hard to improve won’t matter, and they can easily be compromised. Sometimes it pays to hire a local property management company to handle all of this for you. 

However, the issue with the legal system is that often people aren’t willing to invest their time in explaining and listing everything that needs to be done. As a rental business owner who may not be familiar with the legal side of things, doing all this research yourself can be extremely challenging and time-consuming.

No Unnecessary Delays and Waiting in Lines - Leave That to Our Airbnb Compliance Experts!

Even if you decide to complete this stage of business development on your own and invest hours, days, or even months in preparing all the paperwork and get all the necessary permits, there is still a chance that you haven’t done everything correctly, which will only be a setback for your Airbnb and Vrbo business.

We understand how excruciatingly complicated this process can be, but we can’t help but stress the utmost importance of completing each and every step adequately. To help rental business owners overcome these difficulties and get this stage over with as soon as possible, we’ve gathered a team of experts in Mammoth Lakes Airbnb, VRBO regulations, and compliance service.

Leave all the paperwork, permits, and other Airbnb compliance requirements in the hands of trained professionals. We will complete each step of this complex process efficiently, without unnecessary delays.

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Tot Compliance FAQ

Most frequently Asked questions

TOT, often called a “tourist tax” or “hotel tax,” is a tax that is charged to guests who stay in short-term lodging, such as hotels, motels, and vacation rentals, for a period of less than 30 days.

Depending on the jurisdiction, Airbnb hosts may be required to collect TOT from guests and remit it to the local tax authority. The obligation can vary greatly by location, so it’s important to check local regulations.

Hosts should consult their local government or tax authority’s website for information on TOT requirements in their area. Some jurisdictions also require hosts to register or obtain a permit/license to operate a short-term rental.

In some jurisdictions, Airbnb has agreements to collect and remit TOT directly to the local tax authority on behalf of hosts. In these cases, the tax is automatically added to the guest’s booking charges.

Keeping the driveways and walkways around your property clean and clear of snow is a great way to show guests that your property is well managed. If needed we can arrange for snow removal services to keep your walkways clear and safe.

We all live local and understand what it takes for an investment property in the area to be a successful enterprise.

For example, we only hire the best cleaning and maintenance services companies in Mammoth Lakes as our service providers. Because we are on the ground locally at all times we can be there as soon as anything is needed. From routine walks to emergency call-outs, you can rest assured that we are close by to ensure everything is running smoothly at all times. We make sure that all our vendors are insured and licensed and able to assist with any necessary repairs needed on your property.

If Airbnb does not automatically collect and remit TOT in your area, you may be responsible for calculating, collecting, and remitting the tax to the appropriate tax authority. This often involves including the tax in your listed price or separately stating it in your listing description and collecting it from guests.

The process for remitting TOT varies by jurisdiction. Typically, hosts must file a tax return with the local tax authority, often on a monthly or quarterly basis, and pay the collected taxes in accordance with local laws.

Hosts should keep detailed records of all bookings, including dates of stay, amounts charged, TOT collected, and any exemptions or adjustments. These records are important for tax reporting and compliance.

Yes, jurisdictions can impose penalties, fines, and interest for failure to comply with TOT registration, collection, and remittance requirements.

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