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  • Landlords hunt down illegal Airbnb sublets
  • Landlords hunt down illegal Airbnb sublets
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Landlords hunt down illegal Airbnb sublets

Huntbnb is the anti-Airbnb. While the latter has had over 11 million people renting a place through its platform, the former lets concerned landlords check if their tenants are illegally subletting their rooms and apartments. Will the law catch up with Airbnb?

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