Over the past few years, there has been a dramatic increase in the number of rental properties in Arizona, including short-term/vacation rentals. Here’s a quick rundown on what an association can require from a landlord regarding a tenant:

Associations are prohibited from requiring any owner to disclose to the association, any information regarding a tenant other than the following (A.R.S. 33-1260.01 / A.R.S. 33-1806.01) :

  • the name and contact information for any adults occupying the unit;
  • the time period of the lease, including the beginning and ending dates of the tenancy; and
  • a description and the license plate numbers of the tenants’ vehicles. If the association is an age-restricted community, the owner, the owner’s agent or the tenant must provide the association or its manager with government issued identification with a photograph of the tenant and confirmation that the tenant meets the association’s minimum age restriction.

In providing the information about the tenant, the association may charge the owner a fee of not more than $25.00. The fee may be charged for each new tenant but cannot be charged if the same tenants renew an existing lease.

Mulcahy Law Firm, P.C. encourages board members and managers to review our popular and informative Cheat Sheet on How to Work with Rental Properties to assist you in navigating rentals in your community.  We are here to help you!  Please reach out to Beth Mulcahy, Esq. at bmulcahy@mulcahylawfirm.com if your Association needs assistance on effectively working with rental properties in your community.

How to Effectively Work With Rental Properties