NYC Landlord Sues airbnb Host for $25,000

Stellar Management Looks to Boot Chelsea Tenants for Airbnb Listing From the Commercial Observer, July 21, 2015 Larry Gluck’s Stellar Management is suing two market-rate tenants of a Chelsea building for allegedly renting out their apartment on a short-term basis. At $375 per night, the tenants could receive over $11,000 if they rented it out every […]

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NYC Council Proposes $10,000 – $50,000 Fines on Illegal “Entire Place” Rentals

NYC Council to propose tough penalties for landlords who use sites like Airbnb, in effort to keep affordable housing From the New York Daily News, June 10, 2015 Manhattan City Council members Helen Rosenthal and Ydanis Rodriguez will propose tough new penalties Wednesday aimed at property owners who violate the city’s ban on short-term rentals […]

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airbnb Host in New York City is Evicted for Illegal Rental

Anti-Airbnb folks delight in first tenant eviction From Crain’s Business Daily, February 23, 2015 Folks opposed to the room-sharing site celebrated last week’s ruling, which ordered the eviction of a rent-stabilized tenant for listing his Hell’s Kitchen apartment. The news Friday that a Manhattan Housing Court judge ordered the eviction of a rent-stabilized tenant for […]

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Landlords Evicit Illegally to Turn Long-term Rentals into Short-term Rentals in San Francisco

San Francisco renters push for crackdown on illegal vacation rentals From Channel 7 News, July 29, 2014 In San Francisco, landlords are taking flak for taking advantage of the system. They are accused of kicking out tenants to make room for illegal vacation rentals. Now, there’s a push to crackdown. San Francisco Supervisor David Chiu […]

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