Yes, it's time to ban airbnb and fine them a billion dollars which can then be paid out to all the tenants who lost places to call our own homes!TOGeordie wrote: ↑April 24th, 2019, 5:45 pmThis is why we are working hard to make Airbnb illegal. This will mean landlords will soon not have this shady option to avoid the Residential Tenancy Actpaulb2013 wrote: ↑April 24th, 2019, 12:04 pmAs mentioned in earlier post if you have good tenants you are less likely to increase rent, last thing you want is musical tenants. I own a house with three apartments (I live in one of them) most of the time they are vacant. Landlords (the title says it all) are considered greedy them without a heart. Once you hand over the key you are screwed. One of the biggest reasons of apartment shortages is people have vacant apartments they no longer are willing to rent out or they go with Airbnb, because Airbnb pays for damages and go after the renter.
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