Malaysia: DBKL says condo management can impose rule barring Airbnb

Although the government has declared that Airbnb is legal, apartment and condominium owners may only rent out their units on the popular app if their management’s bylaws permit it, says a Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) official.  For some time now, there have been calls for online accommodation service, Airbnb, to be regulated – much like how e-hailing services Uber and Grab are now legislated – with some warning of the safety and security risks posed to neighbours of those renting out their units on a daily basis, though Putrajaya has made its stand on the matter clear last year.     Read the article…………….

Related Articles

Malaysia: Telltale Signs of Buying a Poorly Maintained Condo

People should be careful in buying apartments and condominiums in Klang Valley, because many are suffering from neglect as a

Malaysia: Condo panel head wins RM200,000 in slander suit

A former condominium management committee chairman was awarded RM200,000 after winning a defamation suit against a previous committee member who

Thailand: Buyers of Centara Residence condo file lawsuit

Miss Thailand 2000 Panadda “Boom” Wongphudee is leading a group of 157 people so upset over five years of construction