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The impact of regulation on Airbnb’s growth has been a key area of concern for critics, and not without reason. In New York, for instance, rentals for fewer than 30 days are illegal unless a resident is present for a certain type of apartment building with three or more units. Airbnb is also in a…


  Roof damage is the worst and dangerous scenario for any homeowner. There are plenty of reasons responsible for damaging the roof; it could be because of improper installation, bad material choice or because of irregular or no maintenance. The debris and the clogged gutters can worsen the situation for you as they pollute the…


Thanksgiving is a time of opening up our homes to friends, relatives, and loved ones.  Below is a great guide in how to prepare for your Thanksgiving Eat-a-thon courtesy of Epicurious.com.   Have a favorite recipe or must try dish, share it with us in the comments below!   – – – – – –…


Fourth quarter 2009 commercial and multifamily mortgage loan originations were 12 percent higher than during the same period last year and 15 percent higher than during the third quarter of 2009, according to the Mortgage Bankers Associations (MBA) Quarterly Survey of Commercial and Multifamily Mortgage Bankers Originations. Commercial and multifamily mortgage originations picked up in…


by Michael Monteiro No matter how meticulously you look after your property, there are certain long-term maintenance items and repairs that are inevitable. Sure, by staying on top of things you may be able to stave some of them off for a bit, but some things are impermanent by nature and are going to have…


Lifting ‘no pets’ policy backfires Rent it Right by Janet Portman, Inman News Q: Six months into my tenant’s one-year lease, which specified “no pets,” she got a dog.   She assured me it was housebroken, so I said she could keep it. Then I discovered that the dog had urinated all over the carpet….


A Dozen Reasons to Be Thankful (that I burned the turkey)!Salmonella won’t be a concern. No one will overeat. Everyone will think it’s Cajun Blackened. Uninvited guests will think twice next year. Your cheese broccoli lima bean casserole will gain newly found appreciation. Pets won’t pester you for scraps. The smoke alarm was due for…


Neighborhood, local economy dictate profit potential by Steve Bergsman Buying foreclosed, or otherwise inexpensive, residential  units with the game plan of renting the property for as many years as it takes  until real estate appreciation returns has proven to be a time-tested and  generally successful investment strategy. Unfortunately, it’s not as easy as it appears….


Rent it Right by Janet Portman, Inman News Q: My sister has lived in a nice apartment building with about 200 units for 15 years and has enjoyed using the pool there each summer. This year, the owner decided to close the pool because of the maintenance expense, to the dismay of many tenants. The…


The problem with U.S.’s light bulb mandateby Arrol Gellner, Inman NewsOn Sept. 1 of this year, the European Union began banning the sale of incandescent light bulbs — another well-meaning but heavy-handed effort on the part of EU bureaucrats to go green. This is the same government, you may recall, that blundered into requiring that…

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