Airbnb

Airbnb longer-term strategy

Canadian Apartment Magazine

Airbnb lays off 25 per cent of employees

With the global lockdown profoundly affecting the travel and tourism industry, Airbnb has reportedly laid off 25 per cent of its workforce.
Airbnb longer-term strategy

Canadian Apartment Magazine

Airbnb shifts towards longer-term rental strategy

With the pandemic putting an abrupt halt to travel and tourism, short-term vacation rentals have seen a sharp decline in bookings. As a result, changes are afoot at Airbnb with a longer-term strategy now underway.
short-term rentals

REMI Network

Licenses needed for short-term rentals in Vaughan

The City of Vaughan is regulating its short-term rental market after a bunch of public consultations that started in 2018.
short-term rental

REMI Network

Tribunal upholds Toronto’s short-term rental by-law

Toronto’s short-term rental regulations are no longer in limbo after the Local Planning Appeal Tribunal dismissed operators' appeals on Monday.
short-term condo

CondoBusiness

Managing short-term condo rentals

The explosive growth of online short-term rental websites has caused considerable controversy and concerns for condominium corporations
short-term rentals

Canadian Apartment Magazine

The long-term impact of short-term rentals

Rules surrounding short-term rentals have been the subject of much debate in cities all across Canada. What will the long-term effects of the new rules be on Toronto's multi-res apartment owners?
airbnb

REMI Network

Condo corp partners with Airbnb in Canadian first

As some condo corporations struggle to enforce rules against short-term rentals, one condo corporation has rolled out the welcome mat for Airbnb.
Québec City

CondoBusiness

Quebec City condo to allow Airbnb-style rentals

Condos LB9, a new $150-million condominium development to be located in Quebec City, is the first project in Canada with a condominium agreement that specifically