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Vacation apartment registration begins in Paris 1 Oct

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In an announcement today by the city of Paris, the French government has officially adopted a program requiring vacation rental apartments in Paris be registered beginning 1 October 2017. The registration number will be required in all on line promotions or offers:

https://www.paris.fr/actualites/declaration-prealable-a-la-location-d-un-meuble-touristique-5007

The government estimates that at least 20,000 apartments which were, at one time, rented by residents of the city, have been converted to vacation rentals for tourists. All apartments offered as of 1 December 2017 must display the required registration number.

Explained separately, owners failing to register their apartments will be subject to fines of as much as 50 000€ per illegal rental.

The registration numbers should offer much needed clarity to those wanting to rent apartments in the city of Paris.

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