If you are considering listing a space that you do not own on Peerspace, make sure you have the full right to license the space. Spaces can only be listed by the owner, an employee of the owner, or a tenant with written permission from the owner or homeowners association to list the space, if applicable.
You should check with your landlord, HOA or co-op board regulations to confirm there is no prohibition against hosting certain activities in the space. We recommend carefully reviewing your lease and if necessary, working with your landlord to add a rider to your contract. This add-on should be specific to the the responsibilities and liabilities of all parties relevant to a short-term booking.
By adding a space that you do not own, you are affirming that you have obtained permission from the owner or landlord for the short-term activity you plan to list it under. In addition, you are acknowledging that you are in compliance with all applicable laws related to hosting bookings in you space. This includes, but is not limited to, local zoning, permitting, and fire code regulations. It is the host’s responsibility to research how local laws apply to the use of the space as Peerspace does not independently verify this information. If improperly listed, the host may be liable for any penalties that occur from misuse of the space.
For more information on licensing a space on Peerspace and the warranties hosts make when doing so, please review our Terms and Conditions and Community Guidelines.