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What You Should Know About Nevada Short-Term Rental Law Changes


With the passage of Assembly Bill 363, starting July 1st , 2022, Las Vegas, North Las

Vegas, Henderson, and unincorporated Clark County will be required to have laws in

place regulating short-term rentals. Among other things, this will subject those who

lodge with short-term rentals or transient lodging to the same taxes that hotels and

resorts charge guests.


Assembly Bill 321 previously encouraged a total ban of short-term rentals in Clark

County. With the new law change, short-term rentals, those which are less than 31

days, would become legal in Las Vegas. With this, Clark County officials will now have

the ability to set ordinances regulating them. The new law will also allow some resort

properties located on the Law Vegas Strip to list their properties on short-term rental

sites like Airbnb and VRBO. Assembly Bill 363 includes most of the provisions of

Assembly Bill 361 on permits, tax collection and the remittance, reporting, and penalties

for permit infractions.


Other changes that will go into effect July 1st :


  • Short-term rental owners must have a designated local representative available 24/7

  • A minimum of a two-night stay for short-term rentals, excluding owner-occupied properties

  • A maximum of five (5) short-term rental permit per owner with one (1) permit per property

  • A state business license is required in addition to county authorization

  • Prohibits apartments or rooms in apartment buildings from being used as short-term rentals

  • A ten percent maximum of units in a complex can be offered for short-term rentals

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