Airbnb-style rentals may be impacting neighborhoods and affordable housing

The growing popularity of short-term rentals — marketed on popular Internet sites like Airbnb and VRBO — apparently is beginning to change neighborhoods, putting a squeeze on affordable housing as landlords find they can make more money renting short-term than long-term. In cities like Colorado Springs and Manitou Springs, which already lack adequate affordable housing, that shift could further exacerbate the problem.   Read the article………….


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