NYC's new short-term rentals law is already making an impact
The new laws implemented in New York City aimed at cracking down on short-term rentals are already having a huge impact on the city.
Wired reports a 70% drop in Airbnbs available in the city, while there is also a reported uptick in the number of long-term rentals in the city. However, concerns still persist about illegal short-term rentals and how the law will be policed.
Host of Public Radio’s “Full Disclosure” Roben Farzad joins to update us on the situation.
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