How should rental be handled for ownership units?

Status Quo

Generally prohibited.


9.A. The status quo.

9.B. Includes 9.A, except allow for the rental of units that are in the active process of being sold by the owner, particularly in situations where the homeowner has an urgent need to move.

9.C. Includes 9.A, except allow owners to rent rooms to individuals who are employed in Teton County as long as the total household income does not exceed the income limit for the Category of home, the number of individuals living in the home does not exceed Town or County occupancy requirements, and the owner of the home still occupies the unit.

9.D. B plus C.


Consensus on this issue was not reached between the Council and the Commissioners. The Town Council and County Commissioners voted on an alternative that was not presented by staff.

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1. What should the employment criteria be to rent or purchase a restricted home?
2. What kind of assets should be allowed and / or counted, and how much is the limit?
3. How many months out of a calendar year should a household be required to occupy a restricted unit?
4. What livability standards, if any, should apply to restricted units?
5. What percentage of a household’s income should be spent on housing?
6. When should a household have to qualify for a rental or ownership home?
7. How should sale/rent price be set?
8. How should restricted ownership homes be valued at resale?
9. How should rental be handled for ownership units?
10. How should the buy / sell process work?
11. What types of relief should be allowed from the Rules and Regulations?
12. How should new Rules and Regulations be applied to existing units?