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Mark A. Cuthbertson

Local governments often have to regulate rental properties, driven by constituents concerned about the impact that both long and short-term tenants will have on the quality of life in their communities. With the rise of homestay companies like AirBnB, there has been an explosion in the number of short-term rentals (i.e., rentals for less than 30 days), putting many municipalities under pressure from both sides to reexamine their regulatory schemes. This pressure comes from both those who would like to avail themselves to homestay companies as a source of revenue, and those who have concerns about the impact of allowing such uses.

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