Sedona is a great place to buy a house to use for your own vacations. An added benefit is that you can also rent it out as a short term rental when you’re not there. Arizona has passed a couple of laws that make things very easy for owners of short term rentals. Essentially, they are allowed everywhere, unless there is a homeowners association bylaw against them. If you want to do short term rentals in Sedona, you’ll want to search for no HOA fee Sedona homes. This is because most homeowners associations have passed bylaws to restrict short term rentals. Lots of communities require that a rental be for at least six months. They also want to see the rental contract and have final veto power.
Lots of people want to rent Sedona real estate for a short period of time to enjoy their vacation more fully. Renting a house rather than a hotel room gives visitors more privacy and quiet. Many vacationers appreciate the ability to cook a few meals in, rather than having to eat every meal in a restaurant. Large groups often find renting a house more cost effective than several hotel rooms.
The vacation season in Sedona is pretty long, too. Fall and spring are beautiful times to hike in the local national forests. Summer is hotter, but there are still many tourists. It’s a great time for families, since kids are out of school. Winter is also beautiful in Sedona. People enjoy browsing the art galleries, dining in the many excellent restaurants, and shopping in the fun boutiques year round. While there’s lots to do in Sedona itself, the city makes a great base for exploring other parts of Arizona. Flagstaff is around a 30 minute drive and has a ski resort that is very popular. The Grand Canyon is about two hours away, making it a good day trip.
Check out the homes below to find no HOA fee Sedona homes. You can also do your own search by clicking the Advanced Search tab and selecting No under HOA. Refine the search for other attributes, like a view or a swimming pool, too.