Laws and regulations for short-term rentals in South America

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Many locations in South America have laws and regulations that apply to short-term rental accommodations and services. You're responsible for understanding the applicable requirements in your location. We've created a non-exhaustive list of external websites that link to additional information about rules for short-term rental in select locations. We encourage you to consult the relevant website to make sure you comply with the applicable short-term rental rules.


Rules for short-term rentals in South America

Keep in mind that this list isn’t comprehensive. It isn’t updated in real-time and doesn’t constitute legal advice. We strongly recommend that you research and check your obligations with the information provided by local authorities. If you have any questions, contact the relevant local authorities or seek legal advice.

Please note that we can’t guarantee the accuracy of information accessed via third-party websites.

If you’re a government representative and you’d like to add your short-term rental requirements to this list, you can request this via our Public Authorities Portal. Check our guidelines for doing so.

Last updated on: 17 April 2023

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