I live in a neighborhood that is filling up with Airbnb providers. Owner-occupied, short-term rentals are fine, as there is someone there to monitor the renters. But when a neighborhood begins to fill with entire houses that are vacant, then full, then vacant, then full, and the owner of the house does not live nearby, it's an opportunity for trouble and disquiet within that residential area.
Friday, March 09, 2018
Kansas City Grassroots Tech Push Back: Neighborhood Demands Accountability
Denizens of the Southland basically killed this online moneymaking scheme and subscribers to the Biz Journal get a full explanation of their motives that seem to have good intentions but ultimately hamper news biz and keep so many vacant houses empty . . .