Homesharing and Insurance: What Your Board Should Know

Long before Airbnb became a household word, attorney Frank Flynn was dealing with condominium owners who thought that turning their units into a bed and breakfast was a great idea. “It’s a terrible idea. You get all these people coming and going, wandering into the building,” says the managing partner of the Boston-based Flynn Law Group.    Read the article……….


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