NY: Are More Than Half of the City’s Sublets Illegal?

Last week we reported on new tech tools that help keep illegal subletters out of your co-op or condo. Today we tell you why: A new report issued by Share Better claims that more than 28,000 Airbnb listings – slightly more than half of all New York City sublet offerings – constitute entire apartments, which violates housing laws.     Read the article………….


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