AirBnB is Infuriating the Neighbors. Is It Time New Rules?

You’re one of six college friends in, say, New York or even Nepal, and you want to visit Hollywood for a weekend. You can book a hotel for $75 to $350 a night, or you can seek an apartment or room in somebody’s home via Roomorama, VRBO or the granddaddy of online short-term rental services, Airbnb.    Read the article……….


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