Montrealer sole resident of condo building after other units rented on Airbnb

Andrew Chapman lives in a nine-unit condo building converted from a boutique hotel in downtown Montreal near the busy Berri metro station, a desirable home in a desirable area of an internationally popular city.  So much so, that Chapman has found himself to be the building’s only full-time resident because the rest of the units are being rented on services like Airbnb.    Read the article……………..


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