Georgia Legislators Entangled in Downtown Airbnb Dispute

Landmark is a unique condo building in that the bylaws have no rental cap restrictions. Therefore, unlike most buildings in the city, owners are free to rent their units out without fear of fines or liens. In fact, a listing last year didn’t beat around the bush that the unit would be perfect for renting out.   Read the article………


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