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Viewpoint: New Airbnb law must be enforced to help families in Mass.

bizjournals Wednesday, 23 January 2019
When travelers rent out a home or apartment for a few days or several months, it might feel like a folksy alternative to a traditional hotel, but don’t be fooled. The truth is that Airbnb-type short-term rentals are big business, where real estate investors make huge profits with supercharged rents, while vulnerable families and seniors are driven out of their homes. That’s why the law Massachusetts recently passed regulating Airbnb is such an important first step in ensuring families aren’t…

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