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If I rent to a family member, do I still need to register?
Yes, if the owner does not also live at the home. If the owner does not live at the home, it is considered a rental property even if the tenant is a family member.

If your property is classified as "relative homestead," you need to register as a rental property. Relative homestead is a property tax classification that allows the owner to retain homestead status on his or her property if a relative occupies it even if the owner does not occupy the home.

Rental Registration

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1. Who is required to register?
2. If I rent to a family member, do I still need to register?
3. What is the rental registration application deadline?
4. What information is required to register?
5. Will there be inspections prior to issuing a registration?
6. What is the registration fee and penalty fee?
7. What happens if I receive a letter from the City but my home is not being rented?