Construction chair David Pfeffer was quoted in a recent Law360 article on "Real Estate Cases to Watch in 2019” on the legal implications of short-term rentals in densely populated cities across the United States. The article notes that short-term rentals continue to present a complex set of challenges to lawmakers in cities across the country.
David noted, "It is a challenge for lawmakers, particularly in densely populated cities like New York and Boston with high levels of tourism, to find ways to protect not only their 'permanent' residents but also vacationers, business travelers and others seeking 'transient' accommodations…There is no easy solution, and with the introduction of platforms such as Airbnb and others, the challenges have become greater."
Read the full article.
For more information on this topic, please read David’s Law360 article on "The Conundrum With Short-Term Rentals in NYC, which explores what New York City landlords and tenants need to know about short-term apartment rental services such as Airbnb, HomeAway, VBRO and Roomorama, which can often be illegal in many densely populated cities.
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