A new report brands Denver one of the ten worst U.S. cities for short-term rentals such as Airbnb.
But some of the readers who responded to the post apparently don't see that as a bad thing.
Indeed, their negative views about short-term rentals echo concerns voiced by some members of the Denver City Council, who are pushing for changes in regulations for Airbnb and beyond.
Here are two examples.
Candice Alström writes:
Airbnb is a real problem and nuisance to apartment rentals here. We've had issues with it in our building and it's citywide.
Steve Holmberg writes:
AirBnB is destroying San Francisco...don't let it happen to Denver!
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