Homesharing and Insurance: What Your Board Should Know

In the tri-state area, where even the most profligate among us may shed a tear or two at hotel room prices, the homesharing trend has grown by leaps and bounds, with more co-op and condo owners than ever renting out their units to short-stay vacationers—and pocketing more than a few extra bucks in the process.    Read the article………..


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