Proposed N.Y. State Law Would Crack Down On Illegal Airbnb RentalsA new report issued Monday claims that 55 percent of unique Airbnb listings in New York City are for an entire apartment or home and likely violate state law.
Public Advocate Claims Airbnb Enables Racial Discrimination Against Guests, HostsThe New York City Public Advocate’s office claimed Thursday that evidence suggests Airbnb is allowing for discrimination against both hosts and guests.
New York City Council Members Cracking Down On Illegal Airbnb Activity City council members are working on their next step after a surprising study on Airbnb.
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Airbnb Defends Hosts Amid Complaints From New York City CouncilmembersAirbnb shared all sorts of data about its users in New York on Tuesday, amid complaints about how the site is used by some hosts.
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Tax-Subsidized Tenants Caught Renting Out Affordable Queens Apartments On AirbnbSome tenants of a Queens luxury building won the affordable housing lottery and have their rents subsidized by taxpayers, and now, they have been caught listing their apartments on Airbnb.
City Council Considers New Rules For AirbnbThe New York City Council is considering a trio of bills taking on Airbnb.
Airbnb Slams Proposed City Council Bill Over Steep FinesWhile Councilman Jumaane Williams conceded the $50,000 maximum fine might be a little steep, he said it wouldn't be levied against the occasional Airbnb user.
Jersey City Announces Deal Formally Embracing AirbnbUnder an agreement with the city, the company has agreed to charge users the same 6 percent hospitality tax guests at the city's hotels pay.
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City Council Bill Takes Aim At Illegal Airbnb RentalsThe fine for a first-time offense would skyrocket from $1,000 to $10,000 and the maximum penalty would be $50,000.