Share Better TV Ad Criticizes airbnb

Anti-Airbnb ad accuses company of making the rich richer From the New York Post, July 6, 2015 An anti-Airbnb group is rolling out a new TV commercial that accuses the apartment-rental site of lining the pockets of greedy fat cats who use it to destroy affordable housing. In a parody of actress Alyssa Milano’s heart-tugging […]

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Neighbors for Overnight Oversight – An Advocacy Group

Neighbors for Overnight Oversight An advocacy group for regulating short-term rentals. Neighbors for Overnight Oversight is a coalition of concerned neighbors working to ensure short-term online rental companies operate with proper oversight to keep our homes and communities safe. Tell us if you’ve been negatively impacted by short-term online rental companies like Airbnb and FlipKey.

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airbnb Hosts Can Now Purchase Reasonably Priced Third-party Insurance for Short-term Rentals

Peers offers home insurance and vehicle replacement policies for the gig economy From The San Francisco Business News, December 4, 2014 Peers’ home rental liability insurance policy, which works for any short-term rental platform, provides for up to $1 million for personal injury or damage to property sustained by a renter. That is the same […]

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RespectSF.com Works to Regulate airbnb in San Francisco

www.RespectSF.com Protecting San Franciscans from the problems caused by “short-term hotel rentals” of residences in the City of San Francisco through municipal zoning, regulation, and oversight. The excitement and disruption that “tech” companies create shouldn’t absolve these companies of their responsibilities to operate within the confines of our city ordinances or our tax and industry […]

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“Share Better” in New York City Forms Online Community to Regulate airbnb

“Share Better” www.ShareBetter.org We are a group of New York City friends, neighbors, community activists and elected officials of this great city who have a unique perspective on the so-called “sharing economy” and Airbnb in our neighborhoods. Far from being a harmless service where New York City residents can share their homes with guests to […]

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