...guests individually. This does not guarantee, however, that a landlord or association will not be found responsible for abetting discriminatory practices by individuals, if public authorities ever investigate such discrimination.
Finally, you can reserve some of your units for short- term rentals, managing the risks and earning the rewards on your own. This can be a useful approach for condominium associations seeking to minimize assessments on unit-owners, provided the rental income exceeds the assessments that are lost by leaving some units without a permanent occupant.
In all cases, a property owner and condominium association will want to know if, how, and from whom insurance coverage is provided for property at a location, as well as for liability claims for bodily injury, property damage, and personal injury to guests and any other persons.
These are choices every property owner or condominium association now have to make, but decisions have become easier in recent years as practical options for implementing an approach have emerged.