Why do I need a Colorado Tax ID to register my property as a STR in Grand County?

If you are using your property to generate income in Grand County, as described above, you must have a current Colorado sales Tax ID (Form CR 0100), issued by the Colorado Department of Revenue.  The property owner or property manager shall be responsible for remitting County sales tax and lodging tax.


Colorado Sales Tax Withholding Account Application


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1. What is a Short Term Rental or STR?
2. Who is required to register their property with Grand County as a short term rental?
3. Why do I need a Colorado Tax ID to register my property as a STR in Grand County?
4. Why can’t I use a Federal Tax ID or Employee Identification Number (EIN) or Social Security Number instead of a State Tax ID?
5. If I mailed in my application, and still need to make payment of $150, how should I do this?
6. If I pay with a credit card, is there an additional fee?
7. Why can’t I list myself as a local reference? After all, I am the owner of the property in Grand County.
8. I rent my property primarily for periods more than 30 days, and only occasionally for less than 30 days. Am I still required to register with the Grand County STR program?
9. I rent my property only occasionally and not as a business. Do I need to register with the Grand County STR program?
10. I have a business license already and pay taxes in Grand County. Doesn’t that make me exempt from the STR program?
11. My property is owned by a non-taxable, not-for-profit [or family trust, IRA etc.]. Doesn’t that make me exempt from the requirement to register?
12. Because I use Airbnb for my STR, I do not need to submit state taxes, as they remit these to the state on my behalf.
13. My property and STR is managed by a local management company which remits the $150 permit fee, application, and taxes on my behalf?
14. How is my registration/permit fee of $150 used by the county?
15. Will the Short Term Rental Program be reviewed by the Commissioners at the one year anniversary?
16. What if my property is in a long term lease currently?
17. What if my property is listed for sale, or pending sale?
18. How long is my permit valid?
19. I would like to read the Resolution, where do I go?