It turns out that regulating homesharing is not easy. Los Angeles city officials have proposed allowing people to rent out their primary residences, not second homes, for short stays only, the Los Angeles Times reports. But the Los Angeles Short Term Rental Alliance, which has been critical of Airbnb, is criticizing the proposal, saying people should be allowed to rent out second homes and other investment property. More hearings on the subject are scheduled for this fall.
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