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MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — In just more than 3 months, the Twin Cities will host millions of visitors for the Super Bowl and new regulations may be in place for those looking for a place to stay on websites like Airbnb. On Tuesday’s meeting, Minneapolis city council members gave a first round approval to the new proposed regulations….


Most landlords don’t allow tenants to sublet their apartments on Airbnb. That’s because it typically comes with increased risk and no profit for them. But a major landlord in Florida is trying something new: working with Airbnb. Airbnb said Thursday that it’s partnering with Newgard Development Group to allow for short-term rentals in a 324-unit…


Travelers have been staying in vacation homes for centuries, but it wasn’t until the emergence and disruption of VRBO.com and Airbnb that the industry became a mainstream lodging alternative. According to Phocuswright, 32 percent of U.S. travelers reported staying in a private home in 2015, up from 8 percent in 2010. This triple-digit growth has attracted attention from the entire travel…


Frisco is the fastest-growing city in America. No, not THAT Frisco with the incessant fog and Golden Gate Bridge (not to mention, locals will scoff if you call it Frisco). We’re talking Frisco, Texas. The Dallas suburb scored No. 1 on WalletHub’s list of fastest-growing cities in America due to its rapid job and population growth. The…


The Detroit City Council on Tuesday delayed a vote to toughen its rental regulations, including a controversial measure that would stop landlords from collecting rent if they don’t pass city inspections. Under current law, units are supposed to be registered and have passed city inspections, including obtaining a certificate of compliance, before they can be…


A new report from Trulia shows housing inventories fell for the fifth straight quarter, pushing home affordability further out of reach for more Americans. Meanwhile, in some markets across the country, inventory show signs of picking up. Nationally, housing inventory continues to dive. This summer, the number of homes on the market dropped for the fifth straight quarter, extending a…


Homeownership has long been a key component of the American dream, helped along by the fact that it offers some hefty income tax benefits. But the Trump administration and Republicans’ new tax plan will likely result in lower home ownership levels, with more people opting to rent rather than purchase a home. The tax plan…


A new real estate tech company wants to disrupt the current market and become the Uber of apartment rental brokers. Cribitt — already running in New Jersey — is now launching in Midtown West and coming to Brooklyn. Co-founder Stephen Steiner, an experienced real estate investor and manager, says renting an apartment was inefficient in…


KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) Broken glass, holes in walls and destroyed vanities: that’s what one landlord walked into after his tenants left. “You can see they took the fronts off the cabinets, they broke through the countertops, they smashed dents and holes in the tile, so in doing that, literally everything has to be replaced in here,”…


Affordable housing developers are facing more obstacles to building new projects, even though the need for affordable housing seems to grow stronger every year. “We believe affordable housing production, that is, the development or preservation of projects financed with Low Income Housing Tax Credits (LIHTCs), will be at best flat to last year,” says Richard Gerwitz,…

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