Singapore: Airbnb questions home sharing framework after duo charged for illegal condo rental

Airbnb has questioned Singapore’s current framework for home sharing, in response to two men being charged on Tuesday (5 December) for renting out their condominium units for short-term stay via the home sharing platform.  Terence Tan En Wei, 35, and Yao Song Liang, 34, are accused of renting out four different units at D’leedon Condominium via Airbnb without obtaining the relevant approval – the first such case in Singapore.     Read the article……………….

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