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Changes for Cedar Falls Rental Properties
Updated: Friday, September 19 2014, 10:59 AM CDT
CEDAR FALLS, IA (CBS2/FOX28) - Homes in Cedar Falls will no longer be able to be turned into rental properties; at least not for a while.
On Monday the Cedar Falls City Council voted to stop homeowners from turning their houses into rental spaces for the next six months.
This comes after a heated debate between people living in the city.
On one side, people say their neighborhoods change too much when people keep moving in and out of the area.
On the other side, people say rentals are a good thing; pointing to the fact that they bring more young people in because they often chose to rent rather than buy.
The council says they will allow exceptions to those that prove they're struggling financially.