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Two Arguments Against Home-Sharing
Real Estate Law Journal (2016)
  • Michael Lewyn
Two major arguments against Airbnb and similar home-sharing websites are that they (1) raise housing costs by reducing the supply of housing for long-term rental and (2) adversely affect neighbors of homes being used for home-sharing. This article critiques those arguments.
  • airbnb,
  • home-sharing,
  • housing costs,
  • nuisance,
  • nimby
Publication Date
Winter 2016
Citation Information
Michael Lewyn. "Two Arguments Against Home-Sharing" Real Estate Law Journal Vol. 45 (2016) p. 432 - 443
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