Toronto condo, Airbnb sign first agreement outside U.S. to regulate short-term rentals

A Toronto condo building is the first in Canada to sign an agreement with Airbnb.  Neptune condominiums, located near the city’s waterfront, is also the first outside the United States to sign on to the “Friendly Buildings” program to in an effort to regulate short-term rentals.    Read the article…………..


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