Home-sharing platforms such as Airbnb are widely recognized in highly urbanized cities where short-term rentals sprout and flourish. It provides an avenue for people who wish to stay in a home-like environment with much-needed expanse and privacy. But what if a condo board or landlord

The COVID-19 outbreak halted almost all of the active businesses and impacted people’s lives on a global scale. Governments are imposing travel restrictions, establishments are shutting down, and we are to comply with home quarantines to impede the virus from spreading. Clearly, this year has been

As long as short-term rental businesses continue to thrive and gain recognition from the public, so are fraud and scam. With the advancing of technology, people can now easily manipulate data online and of course – perceptions of innocent customers. But the good thing here is

I bet you’ve seen countless stylish Airbnb properties online and thought about the state of your own: is it still gaining positive reviews? Am I still earning a stream of monthly income? Have I taken notes on my previous guests’ feedback? If you’re second-guessing answering

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