homesharing

homesharing

(hōm′shar″ing)
The occupation of a residence by two or more unrelated people. Rent-free living may be provided to one of the people, typically in exchange for services, e.g., housekeeping or meal preparation, for the other.
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Munich Re America now has a personal lines homesharing insurance product designed for folks who rent their homes out for a profit in the U.S.
Homesharing and Subletting in the Airbnb Era - New Rules and Best Practices to Protect Your Investment, presented by The Cooperator
But in the suburbs -- although the coworking market has expanded during the past five years, coinciding with the growth of ride-sharing and homesharing services -- he said options are more limited.
And now, this - selling rooms on a platform that came into focus for its unique homesharing proposition."
Each Niido location will feature a Master-Host who serves as the face of Niido for that property and helps manage the homesharing process for ResidentHosts and their guests, answering questions before, during and after their stay.
"It's an ongoing conversation that we're having," Moussa said, adding: "it's something that we're discussing and want to continue to discuss to get it to a place where homesharing is easier, simple and clearer in Abu Dhabi."
The company has used its technology to directly (https://www.insurancejournal.com/news/national/2017/03/01/443276.htm) insure homes for homesharing and has been testing a product for ridesharing.
homesharing and short-term rentals; (41) twenty-six bar local rent
As well as issues with students, the ECHO reported last year many landlords were using properties in the summer months as so-called "party let" properties through homesharing websites like Air bnb.
There were more than 55,000 Airbnb rentals in the Big Apple on the final night of 2016, the San Francisco-based homesharing service reports, up from about 47,000 on December 31,2015.
"Regulatory compliance is a challenge because states separately regulate personal and commercial transactions," said Porter, whose firm places the Peers Homesharing Liability policy.