New Toronto law to monitor rentals

New Toronto Law To Monitor Rentals On Airbnb

As a city dependent on tourism, Toronto city officials realize that Airbnb users bring over $4 million of revenue to city neighborhoods, but worry about the impact that shortterm rentals have on neighborhoods. Transient populations can bring noise, crime, parking problems, and other destabilizing influences. Proposed legislation develops a mechanism to monitor rentals on Airbnb and similar[…]

Sidney proposed crackdown on Airbnb subletting

Sydney Proposes Crackdown On Airbnb Illegal Subletting

While Sydney is the 10th largest market for Airbnb, renting out short-term rental accommodations to tourists and visitors is not allowed in most residential areas. The money is so good, however, that many residents of Sydney and surrounding areas take the chance to ignore local laws. In New South Wales (NSW), local councils have different[…]

How Charlotte approaches short term rentals

Charlotte’s Approach To Short Term Rentals

In the city of Charlotte, North Carolina, the local government has been largely quiet about short term rentals and how they are treated under local ordinances. There hasn’t been a lot of back-and-forth discussion in Charlotte’s city council to restrict subletting, as there has been in some other major North Carolina communities like Asheville. But Charlotte[…]