Chicago condo associations back Airbnb rules, but don’t leave enforcement to City Hall

Condominium associations are generally favorably disposed toward regulations, like those being proposed in Chicago, that would require condo owners renting their units through online “sharing” services like Airbnb to register with the city or pay a licensing fee – even though most associations already prohibit such rentals, said a Chicago condo association attorney.     Read the article……….


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